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#206850 - 01/24/23 04:38 PM Kale recipe
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Adding coconut oil to kale makes it much easier to scrape into the trash.

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#206851 - 01/26/23 01:23 AM Re: Kale recipe [Re: PerryMK]
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🤣 Laughed out loud at that one!
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#206852 - 01/26/23 03:03 PM Re: Kale recipe [Re: Bill Kennedy]
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If you absolutely gotta eat it, olive oil tastes better.
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#206855 - 01/27/23 02:27 PM Re: Kale recipe [Re: PerryMK]
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Zuppa Toscana wouldn’t be the same without it smirk . Perhaps some serious cooking instruction is in order? Let’s not throw out the baby with the bath water. grin

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#206857 - 01/27/23 05:00 PM Re: Kale recipe [Re: Arizona]
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Babies shouldn't have to eat that stuff, either.

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#206858 - 01/27/23 06:25 PM Re: Kale recipe [Re: Glenn Roberts]
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I'll out myself as a satisfied kale-eater since about 1990. Before that I hadn't discovered it yet. You all can continue to reject it. Tastes are personal and mostly non-transferable. smile

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#206859 - 01/28/23 06:11 AM Re: Kale recipe [Re: PerryMK]
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That is similar to the way I was told to cook catfish. Put it on a board, add butter and spices. Bake for 3o minutes and throw the fish away and eat the board.

I am not sure what is different with catfish now. When I was young my mother cooked some and it just had so many bones that it was almost impossible to eat.

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