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What is kale and what can I make with it? by Asif Nadeem
‌Not sure what kale is or how it can be used? Kale is a cheap and tasty (few may disagree at first) source of vitamins particularly A, C and D, and also calcium and fiber. It is available year round, but the 'right season' is in winter as frost makes the taste even sweeter.
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