Mention kale and the first image that pops into one's mind isn't associated with consumption.
“With my foodservice background, I always think of kale as garnish,” said Amy McLeod, the dietitian at Brookshire Brothers, Lufkin, Texas. “I've used it so much to decorate salad bars and garnish potato salads. It not usually something that people think to eat.”
Yet, kale is an underappreciated superfood. With more beta carotene than both carrots and sweet potatoes, and loaded with vitamins A and ...
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