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Black Kale is also known as dinosaur kale, lacinato kale or Tuscan kale. It has a long tradition in Italian cuisine, in fact, it is one of the traditional ingredients in minestrone soup. Its taste is slightly bitter and earthy, and more delicate than curly kale. Black kale is a great source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as calcium, fiber, and antioxidants.
Ingredients: no chemicals, no GMOs, just organically grown black kale.
As guilt-free as eggs get. This cooperative of Amish farmers in Aylmer, Ontario raises hens in small flocks of 100 to 500 birds in tents on pasture. Weather permitting, tent doors are left open. These happy hens eat grass or organic GMO-free grain and veggie scraps, with full access to nest boxes and perches – though the eggs themselves are not certified organic these are some happy eggs!
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