Kale — one of the most nutrient-dense greens in existence — has been growing for thousands of years without any fuss. Yet, despite the fact that kale is lauded as a miracle food, and most people know that they should be eating it, many don't know how to prepare it beyond a simple salad. In her first book, The Book of Kale (2012 Harbour Publishing), kale-evangelist Sharon Hanna provides more than 80 easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Try her healthy kale chips or serve up kale and pumpkin scones (pictured above) for brunch.
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