Kale has earned a spot on many nutritionists’ lists of Top 10
Healthiest Vegetables. Best of all, kale is good to eat and is easily
incorporated into a wide array of dishes. Kale is packed with beta-
carotene, an important nutrient for good vision, and is also an
excellent source of vitamin C, which is good for cold prevention.
Finally, kale is rich in minerals, such as iron, manganese, calcium
and potassium. Kale can be added to soups and omelets, and can
be braised or sautéed with onions and garlic.

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Rustic Red Kale and White Bean Soup

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Crispy Salmon with Gingery Kale

Pan Fried Tofu and Greens with Cashew Ginger Drizzle

Kale Crunch

Jonny Sky's Miso Soup

Toscano Kale and Almonds

Kale-Tofu Casserole

Baked Tomatoes with Kale

Kale Celery Sauté

Sauteed Kale with Kohlrabi

Greens with Caramelized Onions

Spaghetti with Spicy Greens and Garlic

Lemon Bulgar "Risotto" with Greens

Massaged Kale Salad

Garlic Sauteed Kale

Green Mashed Potatoes