WHAT’S THE BEST PART ABOUT SIBERIAN KALE?
Siberian Kale is positively brimming with vitamins and beneficial minerals! Just 100g of the kale will cover half of your daily requirement for vitamin A, double your daily needs for vitamin C, and far more than enough vitamin K. It also contains a good filling of your daily needs for fibre, iron, and calcium. It even contains a decent portion of protein, almost as much as a single slice of cheese!
HOW TO EAT?
Siberian Kale is delicious and it offers a mild flavour, great for when you’re looking for something that’s not overbearing to add to your salads and other dishes. Kale can be eaten raw or lightly cooked as this helps to preserve the antioxidants, polyphenols and beta-carotene content. You can make green smoothies, fresh salad or lightly sautéed with some butter, onion, and garlic, put in soup, make kale chip, and even make kale powder!