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kale

see brassicaoleracea.
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Since kale is only fresh for just a couple of days, GFI processes fresh kale into frozen cubes to make sure it is available for longer use.
Acting on this belief, the Sharjah-based Global Food Industries (GFI) has a set up a sprawling farm on the outskirts of Dhaid that grows aqua kale right in the middle of the desert.
Kale Group is the contractor for the Turbojet engine development project, a milestone in Turkeys aim to produce domestic aircraft engines.
Going forward, SAC iWATA will produce this kale using optimal cultivation technology in an environment where factors such as temperature and humidity are controlled using Fujitsu's information and communication technology (ICT), and provide it to a growing number of businesses across Japan, such as supermarkets and the restaurant industry.
Once she learned that kale had become a "lost and forgotten" vegetable in France, it was a short leap to realizing that the American focus on kale as a "superfood" wouldn't fly with the French, who found such ideas ridiculous.
check] Blend finely chopped kale into homemade hummus
A leading Turkish Industrial Giant, Kale Group, with a growing worldwide footprint and diverse portfolio of interests including ceramics, machinery and equipment manufacturing, defense, chemistry, electrical appliances, energy, IT, transport, tourism and food industries, is the latest overseas investor to enter the Pakistan market.
Unlikely as it may have once seemed, kale - that dark green, iron-clad, curly leafed cousin of the cabbage - had become one of THE must-have items of the decade, with celebs leading the way sipping on green juices (and documenting it all on their Instagram feeds).
THE BAD NEWS WAT TS explains that humans have evolved with "plenty of veg leaves in our diet", so we shouldn't automatically start binning bags of kale, but admits there are issues when it comes to digesting the vegetable.
RECENTLY KALE HAS BECOME the vegetable poster child for eating healthy.
Kale is highly nutritious and rich in calcium, beta carotene and vitamins K and C.
Two of the easiest-to-grow crops in the cabbage family, kale and collard greens are closely related, super-nutritious veggies that have similar cultural requirements.