It is growing so happily in my garden. It seems not a tough as curly blue kale. Any suggestions about how to cook it? (Besides sauteeing with garlic and red pepper?)
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You can use your kale in any way you would use regular kale -- there are many recipes for tarts, quiches, and pilafs on the site!
If your kale is very tender, you should consider making a raw salad out of the leaves:
Hint: You probably already have a few in yours, too.
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