The three types of kale that we have become familiar with in the produce section of today’s grocery stores include (1) flatter, wider-leafed kale, (2) darker Lacinato-type kale, and (3) more tightly formed, curly leafed kale.
The flatter, wider-leafed kale includes varieties such as Smooth German, Red Russsian, Beria, Black Magic, and Tronchuda. The darker, lacinato-type kale (also called Napus or Siberian type kale) includes Tuscan Black, Dinosaur Kale, and Toscana. The more tightly formed, curly-leafed kale (also sometimes called Scotch or Scotch-curled kale) includes Dwarf Blue Curled, Starbor, Darkibor, and Winterbor.
Published at Sun, 07 Jan 2018 15:54:02 -0500