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kale

see brassicaoleracea.
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Heading-type collards form a loose head, which is usually harvested in its entirety.
Cabbage, broccoli, collards, kale, and other cole crops are an all-you-can-eat salad bar for diamondback moths, a pest named for the diamond-shaped markings embellishing its wings.
Collards, a staple of the winter diet for most Southerners for generations, have grown in popularity throughout not just the U.
Recommended items: Aziffa (lentil dip), kitfo (chopped beef), yesga keywot (chicken in red pepper sauce), yesga alicha (mild beef stew), yesimir wot (split lentil in red pepper sauce), yekik alicha (steamed peas with onions), stuffed chili peppers, variety of vegetarian items (potato, carrot, cabbage, collard greens, green beans, beets, potato salad, lentils, lettuce and tomato salad), Ethiopian coffee.
Generally, dark green, leafy vegetables like collards are considered to be a good source of available calcium.
The calcium in spinach is bound up by oxalic acid, but collards are still a good source.
And they're so tender that you can just toss a handful of uncooked baby kale (or collards or Swiss chard) in with your salad creations.
Ms Collard and her parents Bruce and Susan have acquired Walsall Academy of Dance and the associated Walsall Dance Shop in Butts Street for an undisclosed sum.
But plots of heirloom collards can still be found throughout this region.
WREXHAM band The Collards were among a group of runners-up in a competition last Saturday.
Pricey fines against the Collards and a half-dozen other homeowners were arrived at through a formula in an ordinance the City Council is scheduled to discuss on Dec.
For kids with erratic tastes, it may be easier to persuade them to drink a couple of glasses of fortified soymilk (300 milligrams of calcium/cup) than to eat several servings of collard greens or kale (300 milligrams of calcium in 1 1/4 cups of collards or 3 cups of kale) daily.