I have been using The World’s Healthiest Foods website for a while now to try and figure out how to prepare some of the things I bring home from the grocery store (e.g., swiss chard, kale, cabbage, dried beans, whole grains in bulk, etc.). Most of the time I’m not looking for an elaborate recipe. I just want to know easy ways to incorporate it into our family’s diet. For example, from this web site I got the idea to quick boil swiss chard to make it sweeter and less bitter, but still retain nutrients… this was in an attempt to get my son to eat it (it worked, sort of).
The web site basically maintains a list of what they call the “World’s Healthiest Foods”. And they provide all the info you could ever want for each food… including all nutrional information, why it is so nutritious, how to buy it, how to store it, and healthy preparation methods.