Available all year round, Kale is a crunchy, leafy-green surprise that is not only packed with tons of nutritious properties, it’s also a real all-rounder when it comes to all the ways you can eat and prepare it!
With lushly dark leaves that can be curly or smooth and sometimes have a blue or purple tinge, kale is packed with vitamins A, K and C, and is also a good source of manganese and copper.
Kale can be eaten raw, roasted, boiled, sautéed or even grilled, and because of its high nutritional value kale can also been dried and turned in to powder to be added to soups and smoothies. Not only this, but it can also be enjoyed as a side dish or mixed with other vegetables in stews, curries, or soups.
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