I get a kick out of odd things, such as slicing collard green leaves into nice, neat rolls so that I proudly display them to myself. Beside the compulsive organization, this is technique yields actually great results for sauteing. 

Basically the process is to remove the hard stem from the leaf, roll it up, slice and repeat until you've gone through the entire bundle. Heat some olive oil with minced garlic, saute the collard greens, salt and pepper, and voila! You've created southern fried collard greens!  

If you are not familiar with collard greens, they are one of the nutrition-dense vegetables you can eat. These greens are an excellent source of vitamin K, A, C, maganese, folate, calcium and dietary fiber.