- Look for dark-colored leaves that are slightly moist and tender. Avoid dry, brown, or yellow leaves and kale with dry stems.
- Refrigerate kale in a sealed container or wrapped tightly in plastic, and store for only a few days or it will lose its flavor and vibrancy.
- To prepare kale, strip the leaves from their tough stems (which can be discarded) and rinse thoroughly several times to remove dirt and grit.
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