Local & Organically grown Kale from Be Wise Ranch in San Diego!
Kale can be curly, flat, or even have a bluish tint mixed in with the green. The flavors differ, so try them all.
How to Cook Kale
Add kale to pasta sauce, smoothies, or soup. Or try one of these methods:
Saute it: A splash of olive oil and a little onion or garlic are all this veggie needs, and it cooks up in minutes. The leaf is tougher than spinach leaves, so it won’t wilt as quickly in the pan.
Make a kale salad: You can eat kale raw in a salad. You can whip up a homemade mustard-based dressing that has all the thickness of Caesar but fewer calories.
Bake kale chips: Bake kale in the oven with just a little olive oil drizzled over lightly salted leaves.