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Kale: Still Odd, but Tasty

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Photo by Marsden Epworth Kale looks lovely in a white pitcher.

You know kale is good for you. I see from online sources that it lowers cholesterol and the risk of certain cancers; it detoxifies; it antioxidizes; its glycemic index is low, and so are its calories. It also provides 1,180 percent of your daily need of vitamin K. And in a white pitcher it’s quite pretty.

So what. It tastes terrible and the texture is rough and leathery.

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