December 21, 2011 § Leave a comment
- 2 Kiwi
- 10 ml milk
- 3 tbsp yogurt
- 1 tbsp flaxseed oil
- 1 large branch kale
- Roughly cut up kale and place in blending container with milk.
- Blend kale and milk about 1 minute, until desired consistency
- Add other ingredients
- Blend until smooth
December 20, 2011 § 2 Comments
It was once a lowly common ground shrub, and now whole cultures of foodies and health-nuts have embraced it as a superfood.
So, what is so amazing about kale? Everything, basically.
Kale is high in beta carotine, vitamin K, calcium, potassium and many other vitamin and minerals. It even has several chemicals that have been found to fight cancer and help repair the body’s cells and DNA.
How to Cook
In order to preserve the vitamins, minerals, and other benefits of kale, it should not be boiled. Steaming or lightly stir frying is the way to go.
Ways to Eat
While I haven’t had it, everyone seems to rave about kale chips. It is on my list of things to do!
On the other hand, I love a green smoothie with a healthy amount of kale. Recipe coming up soon!