One of the most popular Brassicas, kale is well-known for its plethora of health benefits, and we think it tastes darn good, too! It can be sauteed with olive oil, salt & pepper or thrown in smoothies, but if you want to mix it up, try one of these mouth-watering recipes!
More commonly found in southern US recipes, this leafy green is a cousin of kale, turnip greens, & mustard greens. Collards are typically tough and bitter when raw, but turn into a delicious dish when cooked long and slow.
This unique looking vegetable is part of the cabbage family. The edible stem swells into a globe shaped "bulb" where the leaves attach. Often eaten raw, it has a sweet and mild flavor similar to broccoli stems. Its thick skin helps with long storage but needs to be peeled off to reveal its crisp and tender texture.