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Where in the world was kale when I was growing up? I don't think I even heard of it until a few years ago. Now one cannot escape it - in salads, of course, but in beverages, desserts, fried, baked. My daughter called me from one of New York City's best places to buy produce. She was confounded by the 34 different varieties of kale. I was clueless. She now makes something called rubbed kale.
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