As I promised I’m back with a new topic.
Now that all of our table manners are perfect and we know how to behave….
Let’s talk veg…
I’m probably not the one , who is not a big fan of any kind of green (veggies).
You must wonder what do I mean by that . It basically means I need some other ingredient , some sauce or dressing to go with it, if it’s a salad…
It’s not new , since I was a little girl,my Mom had a problem forcing me on it , but as I grew older, I realized, I can actually enjoy eating them, if they are “disguised” properly.
“Eating a variety of natural, unprocessed vegetables can do wonders for your health.”
I’ve heard this so many times, but I just waved and said it’s only rabbit-food , I can’t eat that, until 1 month ago…
My relationship with veggies , changed. I found Kale.
I was having lunch with my friend not long before Christmas, I had an ordinary Sunday Roast , with the only green on my plate , Peas. Marie had a salad which looked good, but I told her I won’t be touching it… But she was insistent and I gave in… and I have to say it was maybe the best salad I’ve ever had… Kale, feta cheese, pomegranate and peach salad, with vinegar dressing.
My -my even thinking of it makes my stomach rumble…
Kale, also known as borecole, is one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet. It belongs to the Brassica family that includes vegetables such as cabbage, collards, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts.
Kale’s health benefits are the high concentration and excellent source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and K .
To find the freshest kale, look for firm, deeply colored leaves with hardy stems. Smaller leaves will be more tender and milder in flavor. Leaves range from dark green to purple to deep red in color.
Store kale, unwashed, in an air-tight zipped plastic bag for up to five days in the refrigerator.The good thing about it, besides all I mentioned above, you can find Kale all year long, even during the dark and gloomy winter days we are having now.
To find more tips on how to prepare ,choose ,store and cook Kale , you can refer to the link below.
To find recipes to make smoothies, salads and all kinds of goodness from my new favorite veg ,you can use Google. I cannot even recommend just one simple page , because there are one too many of them , and all of those are quite good.
Everyone of you can find something to load up on vitamins this winter.
Oh, and if anyone finds some desserts with Kale , please let me know! 😀