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By (Guest Post)05/10/2008
Compost, compost compost! If you don't garden or use compost, find a neighbor who does. They will probably be glad to take your collard stems and any other organic waste you might have.
By Holly 05/08/2008
Blend with water and pour on the lawn.
By Tone (Guest Post)05/06/2008
Thanks all for the great ideas. They are not the best for an Iguana so I would rather not feed them to him but I like the idea of the sauerkraut. Kimchi?? If I had a dehydrator I would definitely be trying something out that would be still raw since that is right up my ally. Thanks so much to everyone for their help!
By Nance (Guest Post)05/06/2008
Do you like sauerkraut? You can make a collard stem sauerkraut in a glass, plastic, or crockery pot in about 2 weeks using pure water and non-iodized salt. Follow a recipe for sauerkraut that you can find on-line but sub. the stems. It's healthy with lactic acid.
By EVE (Guest Post)05/05/2008
I chop mine up in the mini chopper, they eat it then.
By Kim Churchman 05/05/2008
Will they shred up for a coleslaw?
By MichelleK (Guest Post)05/05/2008
Compost leftover greens in your backyard for organic plant fertilizer. Another is use them in a recipe, like I do at the raw food restaurant I work at, such as dehydrator crackers.
By Becky (Guest Post)05/02/2008
I have an iguana too. They can eat the stems! Just cut it up small enough so they don't choke on it, but it is ok for them to eat the stems too.
By Marty Dick 05/02/2008
On May 1 there was a post about using peelings etc for vegetable broth. I think it was Pattie who posted it. You might want to try that.
By Judi 05/02/2008
I think all you can do with them is compost.
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