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Dark blue-green to black leaves often have a heavily crinkled texture, which inspires one of its many common names, dinosaur kale. The flattened leaves are perfect for making kale chips. This kale dates to 18th-century Italy, which is why it’s also called Tuscan kale. Thomas Jefferson grew it in his garden at Monticello.
Kale is a super food, and Lacinato leaves extend excellent health benefits, lowering cholesterol, fighting cancer, and decreasing inflammation. Prepare leaves steamed, sautéed, or roasted. Kale is a classic fall flavor and combines nicely with garlic, peppers, chickpeas, sausage, squash, and apples.
A cold-hardy vegetable, kale leaves sweeten after frost. In northern regions, leave a few plants in the garden to harvest after the snow flies.
Tablefield has always admired Amish growers' commitment to quality produce and sustainable practices. By supporting their Co-op, we lift up this cultural legacy along with virtues of tolerance and forgiveness in a turbulent world.
With very few exceptions, like winter stored root vegetables or apples, your produce is harvested the day before you receive it, providing maximum freshness & nutritional value with every delivery.