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  1. xeliex

    In utero babies love carrots and hate kale

    https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/baby-carrot-kale-smile-womb-b2173603.html It's silly that the article recommended exposing babies to more kale to they end up liking it when they are born, SMH haha
  2. J

    Toxic Metal Dangers Of Kale?

    Apologies if this has been posted already. I've lately been seeing articles discussing the toxic metal dangers of Kale. Has Peat ever addressed this before? What are your perspectives on this? Here's an example article: http://www.delish.com/food/a43162/kale-poison-thallium/
  3. B

    Kale Broth

    Maybe a dumb question, but its pretty much just the water that the kale is cooked in right? Sooo put a bunch of kale in a crock pot, add water, and cook for a few hours??? Im not to interested in actually eating the kale itself.. its a tad gross in my opinion....
  4. K

    Collard, Mustard And Turnip Greens As Good As Kale?

    I buy frozen veggies to save money and reduce waste. I have been looking for frozen kale but haven't been able to find it. Yesterday I found frozen collard, mustard, and turnip greens. Is there a reason kale is better than these? All seem high in calcium and vitamin K, although the k is...
  5. S

    Kale As Vit K Source

    Hallo, Quick question regarding kale as a vit K source... Am i right in thinking the best way to consume would be to add to a bone broth towards the end and then remove the leaves them selves for eating/drinking? Rough cooking time? to extract nutrients without over cooking and denaturing...