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Kale of a variety with dark green tightly curled leaves.
- ‘If you can't find it (farmer's markets are your best bet), go for curly kale, Swiss chard, ruby chard or Savoy cabbage.’
- ‘However, folic acid can be found in abundance in its natural form, called folate, present in leafy green vegetables (especially curly kale and spinach), sprouts and broccoli, brewer's yeast, kidney and liver, pulses and oranges.’
- ‘She favors tender young mustard leaves, curly kale, and crunchy-stemmed baby bok choy, or pak choi.’
- ‘Folate is found in leafy green vegetables like spinach, watercress and curly kale, some fruits (especially oranges and satsumas), brewers yeast, liver and breads or breakfast cereals fortified with vitamins.’
- ‘Colcannon is a dish made of potato and either wild garlic, cabbage or curly kale.’
curly kale/ˈkərlē kāl/
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