I have a question about the ingredient "cavolo nero - young tender leaves" on the recipe "Zuppa Frantoiana - Olive Harvest Day Soup" from Maria Teresa Jorge.
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Cavolo nero is also know as dinosaur kale, black kale, or lacinato kale. It can be found in upscale grocery stores or farmer's markets.
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Per hardlikearmour's answer it is actually getting much easier to find. Whole Foods of course, but now I'm even seeing it in supermarkets. Commercially it's being grown in California.
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