English version

kale in Plants topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkalekale /keɪl/ noun [countable, uncountable]  HBPDFFa dark green vegetable with curled leaves
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kaleWhen lightly set all over, spoon the rice into a serving dish and garnish with the pepper, cabbage and kale.This fresh fodder is used as well as root crops of turnips and swedes and the cabbage-like crops of kale and rape.I have occasionally grown a field of kale and swedes in alternating six-row bouts for strip grazing.Healthy, it seems to me, is something that improves your health when you eat it, like broccoli or kale.Big roots, usually, or kale, or sometimes corn.For the smallholder kale is a rather laborious crop to feed.Carrots, spinach, kale, broccoli and sweet potatoes are among foods rich in beta carotene.The only other forage crops grown were kale and turnips but these were not widespread.