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Here are two ways to incorporate healthy kale leaves into your menu aside from the usual steam or sauté methods: First … 1. Rinse/wash your kale leaves. (If the stems are thick, pull them off and sauté them separately.) Dry … Continue reading
First — a general word about: Leafy Greens Leafy greens are an excellent asset to a garden: kale, chard and lettuce last well into the winter (and can overwinter, if protected from extreme cold or snow). The plants will continue … Continue reading
Kale chips taste a lot like potato chips, but are a much healthier (and niftier!) option. Wash and dry kale: use a salad spinner to get rid of excess moisture. Coat the leaves in olive oil or another flavourful oil … Continue reading
This recipe is from Clemens and Sheila, two wonderful local businesspeople and passionate foodies who have been very supportive of our farm. Heat olive oil in a pan. Add 1/2 sweet onion, sliced or chopped. Cook until translucent. Add: Handful … Continue reading