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10/6/12 7:44 A

I fill the sink with cold water and really move greens around. Sometimes I do it twice if I see grit after first rinse

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9/26/12 9:31 A

Try rinsing them and then putting them in a salad spinner; that might help get more of the grit out of them before cooking.

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9/25/12 1:18 P

I knew you had to rinse mustard greens well, and thought I had. For my first time cooking them, they taste great (did a kind of veggie smorgasbord with them), but they sure are gritty! One lesson learned.



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