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Kale or kale, the super vegetable full of vitamins

  1. In 2018, kale is considered a super vegetable (winter vegetable) that is packed with vitamins and healthy properties. Kale is occasionally eaten in Belgium or the Netherlands. Yet it is still considered a forgotten vegetable with us. In other parts of the world such as America, kale has become all the rage. In English they speak of kale and kale as a superfood. Typical of kale are the loose, curled leaves that are full of vitamins. In addition, bald also stimulates fat burning and contributes to a purification of the body. A common application with kale is kale stew.

History of kale

  1. Kale has been known for a long time and dates back to the time of ancient Rome. In cooking, it was used smoothly and the vegetable was even used as a medicine to fight disease, due to its richness in vitamins and other healthy properties. During the Middle Ages, kale was by far the most used vegetable. After that it remained somewhat in the background and was mainly used for animal feed. Kale grows on a stem and is actually loose, curled leaves. There are many varieties of kale or kale. In the Low Countries people mainly eat the “Westland autumn” or the “Westland winter”. However, these are not the best. Much better are the “Cavolo nero” or the “Russian kale”.

The kale craze linked to celebrities

  1. Outside Belgium and the Netherlands, and especially in America, bald has become all the rage. After all, the vegetable is highly recommended by nutrition experts, health freaks, and so on. Famous people like Jennifer Aniston or Heidi Klum love baldness and therefore recommend eating on a regular basis. They act as role models for the very popular vegetable. Even Michelle Obama, the wife of the President of the United States, grows her own bald in the garden of the White House in Washington. Restaurants and cocktail bars use the vegetables in their products. If you want to participate in the hype around kale in the United States, then this should certainly not be missing from the menu. A book was even released entitled “Fifty Shades of Kale”. The book is full of information and uses for kale. The craze then came from America to us in Belgium and the Netherlands. The craze was followed a little less fanatically here. Yet you can find more and more kale on the shelves of your supermarket, organic farmer or greengrocer. In this way the forgotten vegetables are fished up again step by step.

The super vegetable kale full of vitamins

  1. Kale is a very complete vegetable that contains a lot of good properties. Kale is therefore called a superfood for a reason. The vegetable contains higher nutritional values ​​than other natural foods. It contains the highest vitamin C content of all types of cabbage and also large amounts of vitamins A, B and K. Kale is therefore very beneficial for the immune system, the nerves, the bones and promotes cell renewal. [! 179418 => 1130 = 161!] Uses of kale or kale

Uses of kale or kale

  1. Kale is versatile in the kitchen. Kale stew is by far the most popular dish. Other options include kale chips, green healthy smoothies, shredded kale in a salad or a pasta dish with kale. If you are buying kale, it is best to choose clusters of cabbage with robust, clear leaves. You keep the cabbage in a cool and dry place. A handy tip is to wrap the kale in a damp towel to keep it nice and crisp and fresh. Kale grows very easily and can survive the winter frost.

  2. Kale is versatile in the kitchen. Kale stew is by far the most popular dish. Other options are kale chips, green healthy smoothies, shredded kale in a salad or a pasta dish with kale. If you are buying kale, it is best to choose clusters of cabbage with robust, clear leaves. You keep the cabbage in a cool and dry place. A handy tip is to wrap the kale in a damp towel to keep it nice and crisp and fresh. Kale grows very easily and can survive the winter frost.



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