All Hail Kale for National Kale Day

Field of kale growing in autumn

It’s National Kale Day and we want you to celebrate this amazing and easy-to-grow, brain-boosting veggie. Kale is definitely a lot more underrated than it should be-we also want to change that!

Oh, the wonders of kale.

Kale is pollinated by honeybees, and they absolutely love it. The plants bloom in the late summer months of their second growing year, and give a little boost to the bees at the end of the season.

Kale is full of vitamins. With more vitamin C than an orange and enough vitamin K to last you a week, it’s an easy-to-make superfood as good for you as it is for your skin.

The plant is also a great source of calcium, magnesium, iron and antioxidants. It is heart healthy to boot, with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

National Kale Day celebrates decorative kale in landscaping

Try these recipes in honor of National Kale Day:

kale chips on industrial table with low lighting on sheet pans with jar of dipping sauce and fork
Kale Chips featuring nutritional yeast in place of cheese for a vegan delight rich in fiber, iron and more.

Preparing a delicious kale salad is easy.
Kale Salad is made with pickled onions and provides an entire meal.

Shrimp Kale and Coconut Milk
Thai Shrimp Stew with Kale A healthy and satisfying dish rich in nutrients and healthy fats–guilt free and satisfying.

Two glasses filled with spinach and kale green detox smoothie with yellow and green swirled straws

Adding a few pieces of organic kale to your morning smoothie makes the day better.

About the Author

Kara Brook

Kara waxes about the bees, creates and tests recipes with her friend Joyce, and does her best to share what she’s learned and continues to learn about the bees, honey, ingredients we use and more.

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