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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 ...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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 ...
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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...
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Vitamins in Kale

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

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