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How to Cook Red Kale

Kale has recently become the darling of health-minded foodies, and with good reason. The ruffled bundles of thick-textured leaves ...

How to Cook Delicious Kale

A relative of broccoli and cabbage, kale comes in many different colors and varieties, some with crinkled leaves, others with serr...

Kale for a Blood Thinner

A nutritional powerhouse, kale contains high amounts of several vitamins and minerals. Of note is its hefty vitamin K content. Vit...

Nutritional Value of Red Russian Kale

Red Russian kale originated in Siberia and made its way to North America via traders in the late 1800s. With its blue-green leaves...

The Skin Benefits of Kale

A nutritional powerhouse, kale is low in calories, with each cup contributing just 33 calories to your daily intake. Kale is also ...

Acne & Kale

Acne is a disease affecting the skin that occurs when the hair follicles become clogged with dead skin cells, bacteria and oil. A...

Vitamins in Kale

Once used primarily as a frilly garnish, kale is gaining recognition as an immunity-boosting, cancer-fighting cruciferous vegetabl...

What Is Kale?

Kale is the green, leafy vegetable Brassica oleracea var. acephala, a cabbage that doesn’t form a head. One cup of boiled ka...

How to Blanch Kale

Members of the botanical genus Brassica are known for their health benefits, but kale is particularly outstanding. The green, leaf...

Can You Eat Kale Raw?

All vegetables are good for your health, but kale -- a cruciferous plant which belongs to the same family as broccoli, cauliflower...
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