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grannyguru wrote:I'm new to all this.
I'm trying to cook kale, in a wonderful Thai soup. After a long time, it is finally to the point where it is less like plastic and can sort of be chewed enough to swallow...maybe.
But certainly not something I would choose to eat.
I had been juicing it, but since juicing is not part of this program, I'm trying to find ways to get some of the greens, especially kale, into me.
I must be doing something wrong. I buy it at the local "healthy produce" store.
I never used Kale before. Now I know why.
grannyguru wrote:Ah, thank you!
So... it does get tender. I'll try your method too...
Kale doesn't seem to taste bad. I just don't like the feeling I am chewing shards of plastic. My body was screaming, "Don't eat this!"
I had it in the soup for a while and it did sort of cook down, but it still seemed to have tough ends to it, still like plastic.
Thanks again. It is such a relief to get help on this forum. It really makes a difference to me.
Cleoven wrote:Heat the oil to a medium to high level in a large sautĂ© pan.
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