Welcome to today's blogpost! Today, I'll be covering health benefits of kale or sukumawiki (which literally means "push the week" )as we call it in Kenya and other Swahili speaking nations. In Kenya, I'd say kale is the most widely available and most consumed vegetable. Kale is easy to grow, harvest and cook. It is also quite cheap and readily available.
In the US, Kale can be found in various grocery stores even places like Walmart, however, they are not organically grown as that in Kenya (a lot of food aren't really organic). Contrast to Kenya, Kale is quite pricey and even considered somewhat of an lavish vegetable if I may say. Not many restaurants sale kale and those that do usually charge a lot for it.
So why I'm I writing about kale? like many Kenyans, I grew up eating kale. We grew kale in our garden and ate kale on a daily basis even. To be honest now looking back, I realize that I took kale for granted. It is by far the most nutrient dense green vegetable. Read more on the benefits below.
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