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Old 05-21-2016, 10:30 PM   #31
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For those of you who don't like kale, my guess is that it wasn't cooked long enough.
As far as kale goes, if it isn't the way I like it after an hour, it isn't worth cooking. That's how long I let it go in a pot of stuff. Some kind of cheap-foods soup thingy. It was still so chewy that Himself asked if I had bought a real vegetable, or was I using the plastic ruffle that divides the sections at a salad bar.

Now, to be clear, the ONLY variety of kale they sell around by us is the curly kale. I've seen Tuscan kale online and it looks like a completely different animal. I would think that variety would cook nicely and give you a nice "bite" without being tough.
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