I cannot possibly keep up with everything being published on the internet about kale these days. So I rely on 'kale alerts', friends who find 'kool kale stuff', and just good luck. Here is something 'just for fun' - chicken feed seed composed mostly of Brassica vegetables, including kale!
A friend who writes the blog Dandelion Haven has chickens and knows all too well that they just LOVE the baby kale seedlings in her garden. I'm glad to have her looking out for 'kool kale stuff' for me. Someday, yes, we will get chickens for our farm, too, and I'll bet my bottom dollar that there will be no shortage of kale for them either!
Where kale is apparently much more than decoration for chickens, too!
I'm a wife, mom, long-time organic gardener, new organic garlic farmer, Registered Dietitian, author of the book A Dietitian's Cancer Story and in between all that and more, I am a multiple time cancer survivor. My former website www.CancerRD.com focused on nutrition information for cancer survivors. I began my "dianadyer" blog in June 2007 to share a wider scope of my thoughts about cancer survivorship, food, nutrition, gardening, recipes, our environment, and life.
I started this blog "365DaysofKale" in January 2009 in which I write about my passion for growing and eating kale and all the other brassica vegetables. I hope that I can offer both information and inspiration to eat some kale or one of its healthy relatives every day of the year!
Personally autographed copies available at Nicola's Books in Ann Arbor, MI (call 734-662-0600 or visit nicolasbooks.com). Proceeds have been donated to research funded by The American Institute for Cancer Research (aicr.org, 1-800-843-8114).