Kale is an edible plant commonly used in the United States as a salad or an addition to salads. It’s actually a leaf of fully grown cabbage and when it’s cut of early while the leafs are still small it’s known as baby kale.
The plant is grown throughout the US where ever the climate allows for it and it’s consumption is growing now when there’s more of an interest for vegan diet across the country. It’s also grown in both large farms and smaller gardens by local farmer market owners.
Baby Kale Trivia
- It was used in ancient Greek and mostly to cure hangovers
- It’s not supposed to be eaten by those with iron deficiency
- The production of baby kale has grown 60 percent from 2007.