I know some people don't like greens at all, but I can't see what's NOT to love. Not only are they one of the greenest greens (which makes them really good for you-there's loads of calcium in these), they're inexpensive and versatile. This is my personal recipe for greens, but you could easily make it vegan (and healthier) by leaving out the bacon and adding a drop or two of Liquid Smoke. If you don't like the flavor of meat at all, leave out the Liquid Smoke and turn up the flavor with garlic and extra cayenne.
2 lbs collard greens
(I found some beautiful organic ones from Lady Moon Farms at my local Giant store)
4 slices of bacon - diced (optional)
1 small onion - sliced thin (also optional)
1 cup water or stock - chicken, vegetable-whatever you like
2 T apple cider vinegar
cayenne pepper, black pepper and salt to taste
Wash collards in several changes of water and remove the thick stems. I fold the leaves in half and rip the stem right out from bottom to top. Cut up or tear into bite-sized pieces. Set aside.
Cook bacon and onion together in a large pot until bacon is crisp and onions are caramelized. Add water or stock, vinegar and greens. Lid and simmer for an hour or more until the greens are tender. Add seasonings and serve up with cornbread!