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Old 05-21-2016, 09:30 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Kayelle View Post
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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