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Kale


Our first harvests of Kale are on their way to you! For the best shelf life, store your Kale in a perforated bag in the refrigerator. If you'll be using the Kale soon or are running low on space in the fridge, you can also clip the stems of the kale and store them in a vase on the counter like a bouquet of flowers.

To freeze Kale, first blanch the leaves in boiling water, let drain, and then place them in an air tight plastic bag or Tupperware container.

Kale is a member of the cabbage family. It is esteemed to be among the most nutritious vegetables in the universe. It is also extremely virile, thriving whether in heat and flood or drought and snow. Varieties of Kale have been cultivated around the world, but particularly in Greece, since the fourth century BC.

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