One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Kale of a variety with purplish leaves.
- ‘Kale is most often grown north of the Mason-Dixon Line; Scotch kale's botanical sister, collards, fills the same dietary niche in the South.’
- ‘Curly leaved kales such as Scottish kale (Scotch kale in the USA) are less coarse and rigid than the plain kinds, and are still popular as food.’
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