Collard greens may seem like the ultimate in regional food, a Southern staple alongside black-eyed peas and chicken-fried anything. It turns out, though, that collard greens, and great ways to cook them, can be found around the world.

“Almost every continent has their own version of collard greens,” said John Sessions, co-founder of the Seeding Galveston gardens project. “I’d like to see people open up to all the culinary ways there are to fix collards.”

Bernice Torregrossa: bernice92@aol.com.

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