Silly Food Fact
For years, kale was just a pretty “ornamental” plant. It stands out with its big, frilly leaves and bright white or purple centers; it’s one of the few colorful plants that like cold weather. Kale was originally brought to the U.S. by European settlers back in the 1600s. In recent years, kale has boomed in popularity as a veggie: not only is it packed with nutrition, but it has a lively, bold taste. Give it a try!