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Cooking collards with a bit of healthy fat like olive oil may help the body absorb certain nutrients -- this hearty dish also features tomatoes and black-eyed peas.

Source: Everyday Food, January/February 2010
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  • ChefTBaks
    8 MAR, 2019
    This was very good! I used smoked turkey wings instead of ham hocks. I used Sylvia's Restaurant brand seasoned canned black eyed peas. I drained them but didn't rinse off the seasoning. I will make this regularly.
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