In a big pot, heat about 3 tablespoons of olive oil over medium heat and add the diced mushrooms. Cook them until they sizzle and get browned. About 4 minutes or so. Then add the onion and cook a minute. Then add the greens that you cut into small pieces. Add the wine you soaked the mushroom in. I like to use dinosaur or Tuscan Kale. It is commonly available at farmers markets most of the time and it is very flavorful, rich in nutrients and holds up well to cooking. Of course if you only go to the chain supermarkets, then you have fewer choices, but go with organic if possible whenever you do.
So this is what my finished big ol' bowl of cooked smoky kale looks like. I can't believe how tasty this things are. I know, most people, well, my friends anyway, tell me that I am a bit off the wall. But I took some of these greens, put them on a whole wheat flour tortilla (yes, I make those myself as well) added some of my brand of hot sauce, some humus, and some sunflower seeds and made a burrito that was fantastic.
Hey, to paraphrase some TV guy, "If it's good for you, EAT IT!"