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?)
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:
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