7 Ways to Add Kale to Your Favorite Recipes, Dishes and Beverages
Kale has been making its way into mainstream diets all over the world. Nutritionists sing the praises of this super food, that only a few years back was left to wilt in the shadows of more trending greens, like lettuce and spinach. Kale is low in calories and rich in fiber, with 5 grams of fiber per cup. Kale is also a source of iron, vitamin K and powerful antioxidants that protect against disease. Its super food status doesn’t end there, for this humble leaf boasts omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin C and calcium (more per calorie than milk). With a resume that out-does lettuce and a subtle flavor, kale is a perfect way to upgrade any salad, sandwich, or many other tasty dishes .