How did Cooking Life columnist Molly Wizenberg learn to not only stop hating kale, but make it a go-to green? Read the story behind this recipe to find out.
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"Most kale is eaten cooked, although very young leaves may be trimmed from the stalks and used raw in salads. Cooked, kale is mixed in with soups in Portugal, used in mashed potatoes in Ireland, roasted on pizza in Italy, and eaten plain as a side dish all over the world....
Kale is rich in calcium, vitamin K, folic acid, magnesium, and beta carotene. Especially for vegans who are also calcium deficient, kale is a great source of dietary calcium. Kale lends itself to a wide variety of recipes and is delicious sauteed, steamed, grilled, or fried, plain or ornamented with olive oil, salt, lemon, or butter..."