I had two bundles of collards. I washed them and cut the tough stems off and cut the leaves in thirds. Then I diced a lg. red onion. (Dr. Oz says to use red onions...the more color the more nutrients) I put some olive oil in my dutch oven and browned the onions. Then I had a piece of salt pork. (Dr. Oz wouldn't approve) I just sliced three slices about 2X3 in. and added them to the onion. Got this all browned and added 32 oz. chicken stock to the pan. Then I put the collards in and mixed them all around. I added salt and pepper and a toss of red pepper flakes. Put on the lid and turned the flame down to low. These have cooked now for about 4 hrs. I sampled one and it was tender. Now, I added two cans of cannellini beans to the mixture. I had a small amount of ham leftover and cut that up and added it. A spoonful of white vinegar and a little more pepper. Now this is our meal for today. I didn't add very much meat to this recipe...so I think that it can still be called healthy. I'm going to try to have greens more often...maybe 3 or 4 times a week. I have a recipe starting to be created in my head using linguine and broccoli. Just thought...I could add carrots to this dish. Soon we will sprout long ears and have a little twitch in our nose.