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- n. Plural form of green.
- n. The leaves of certain edible green plants, especially of brassicas, eaten as a vegetable.
- n. Any vegetables eaten by humans, regardless of colour.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of green.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables
The yogurt with the greens is an interesting touch, and the lemon cumin dressing is right up my alley.
In the spring of the year the farmers were very fond of a dish which they called greens, though the fashionable name for it now-a-days is spinach, I believe.
The company, which finds more customers among retired military than it does among granola crunching "greens," is growing like topsy and each system installed reduces a household's carbon emissions by fifty percent.
Their fig salad with candied almonds and bitter greens is outstanding if they featrure it while you are there.
My next special op will be finishing canning these greens from the garden today.
We get more of our greens from the Urban Foodshed Collaborative, an organization that teaches kids to grow vegetables on vacant lots around the city.
Why in the minds of most greens is it okay to practice biotech on the human species, but not on lower animals and plants?
Part of the key must have been the amazing greens from the Sunset Valley (Austin) farmers market.
Olivia -- That's funny, though even saying greens is a bit confusing since there are all sorts of greens -- turnip greens, swiss chard, kale, collards, etc.
I'm on to the chipotle in greens idea, but peanut butter is new to me.