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Do you like and eat kale?

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Yes I quite like kale though it does not have a lot of taste.
I grew it earlier this year and had so much of it that I made kale chips out of it - they tasted quite nice.
However, worms got at it and in a few days I had nothing left.

I recently had it at an organic cafe and it was beautiful - perhaps they use salt which I do not use a lot of.

Kale is, however, something I think I have only ever bought once -for some reason I do not buy it - i guess it would be nice raw in salads, and may even buy a bunch today!
by Finy
I like it a lot and I love making kale chips. My dogs agree. LOL
by Rice
Yes it is okay. I have it in salads sometimes, for a change.
It is a bit rough, so I cut it up a fair amount...It's ok.
They say it is good for you, so I eat it now and then.
Its ok. Its one of those foods that became a fad and is now fading.
Yes it is/was a fad but has to move over to make room for the next fad. Same as quinoa etc.
by fran.
It's a fad. We grew it last season and I found it quite tasteless compared to the lovely spinach we grow so no more. I've been harvesting a lot of lovely spinach to the point where I'm giving it away.
I've bought it twice & cooked it. Our daughter cooks it for us sometimes when we visit her in Melbourne, & I have managed to eat it all, except for that long bit down the middle of each leaf!! I think I'd like to try it fried though. It's the only thing I don't like to see her cooking, when we visit for the 7-10 days, a few times a year!!!
by Miro
I like it but rarely buy it
by AJ
I quite like kale as an alternative to spinach. Kale grows better up here (I'm in far north qld) so it is generally available more at the local markets. I use it pretty much the same as I would spinach - raw in salads, in green smoothies, as a "bed" for casseroles and in curries / pastas etc. I also love to make kale chips with plenty of garlic!
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