Kale

How To : Cook kale, collard, mustard, or turnip greens

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to cook cook kale, collard, mustard or turnip greens. The ingredients required are: frozen greens, chopped onion, chopped carrot, chopped celery, 2 cloves of garlic and 1 1/2 cups of chicken stock. Begin by putting the frozen greens in ...more

How To : Make Healthy Homemade Kale Chips, Not Junk Food

Potato chips are cheap and delicious, but terrible for both your body and the environment. They have lots of packaging and nearly no nutritional value. This video will show you how to make a homemade substitute snack that is healthy and delicious: kale chips. Yes, that's right ...more

How To : Make a raw marinated kale cole slaw

In this episode of Jenna's Healthy Kitchen, Jenna's guest chef Evona Poplawski demonstrates how to prepare a marinated kale cole slaw recipe that is delicious and very nutritious. Evona is a raw (living) food chef who trained at the Living Light Culinary Arts Institute. She's ...more

How To : Cook kale

Bump up your vegetable intake with kale - it's fast, easy and super righteous to eat. Learn how to quickly cook it with Outpost Natural Foods!

How To : Make a raw kale & avocado salad

The raw food coach will take you through the process of making a fantastic salad made of kale and avocados perfect for any one who follows a raw vegan diet. Avocado is full of healthy oils and just tastes fantastic. Kale is chocked full of vitamins and nutrients. By adding oil ...more

How To : Make a Mediterranean kale salad for a raw diet

Kale makes the perfect basis for a raw, vegan salad. It is rich and leafy and has an almost meaty texture. In this tutorial, learn how to make a delicious Mediterranean Kale salad as a side dish for your raw dinner. This salad includes kale, red peppers, pine nuts and olives a ...more

How To : Make Kale Chips

Buy some delicious fresh kale from your local grocer or farmer's market. Rip the kale into bite-sized, potato-chip-style pieces. Spread the kale pieces evenly in one layer on a baking sheet. Spray lightly or drizzle with olive oil. Sprinkle with your favorite spices or che ...more

How To : Make raw Mediterranean kale

In order to prepare raw Mediterranean kale, you will need the following: kale, pine nuts, olives, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and red bell pepper. You will need to chop the kale into really fine pieces. Remove the stems. You can reserve them for vegetable juice. Cut the kal ...more

How To : Cook spicy seasoned kale easily

Kale is a very misunderstood vegetable, isn't it? People are afraid of veggies they've never had before. But, remember how terrified you were of peas and brussel sprouts as a kid? They're not as scary once you really try them, right? Kale is easy to cook and the health benefit ...more

How To : Make roasted kale

Looking to add some unique greens to your diet? Why not try some kale? Kale is a delicious, leafy veggie that can add some much needed fiber and nutrients to your meal. Kale tastes great prepared in many different ways and in this video, you will learn how to roast it for a yu ...more

How To : Braise delicious purple kale

Kale is a hearty and delicious vegetable that packs tons of health benefits. Kale is inexpensive to buy, can feed many and is hard to ruin because its leaves are so strong. Check out this video from the Thrify Chef and discover how to cook purple kale at home. Purple kale is a ...more

How To : Make a massaged kale salad

Poor kale.. it gets such a bad rap, doesn't it? But have you ever really tried it? If not, check out this tutorial and make a delicious massaged kale salad. Kale leaves may look big and scary, but they are actually delicious..besides didn't your mother ever tell you to 'not ju ...more

How To : Cook basic kale for a body rejuvenation cleanse

When on the Body Rejuvenation Cleanse, you will need to start getting creative with your veggies. In this tutorial, learn how to make basic kale. Delia Quigley will walk you through the step by step process of cooking and preparing kale for your cleansing diet. Follow along an ...more

How To : Make spicy kale with Emily Richards

Get some more green on your plate with a very underappreciated veggie - Kale! In this video, Emily Richards of Foodland Ontario shows you how to make spicy kale for a great dinnertime side dish. If you've never had kale before, this is the perfect time to try it out! This veg ...more

News : Ten foods to eat for clear, acne-free skin - part 1

You can blame your naggy mom, a crappy soap bar, and school or work stress for your acne. But ultimately, you should blame yourself. While it's true that your skin type (oily vs. dry vs. sensitive) and how your skin reacts to stress play a big part in blemishes, there is a nur ...more

Your Fridge : You're Using It Wrong

When you come home from the grocery store, you probably put away every single fruit and vegetable in the bins and drawers in your refrigerator. Any fifth grader knows that fridges work to preserve food, thus everything should go in there, right? Nope! Chances are, you've been ...more

How To : Get Water Out of a Coconut Without a Drill

My first time opening a coconut was a confusing and frustrating experience. I remember the loud echoing noise as I hit it with a knife, a hammer, and my countertop. It took multiple tools, YouTube videos, and plenty of angry sighs for me to get it open. But thanks to my perse ...more

How To : Juice Without a Juicer

There is very little in this world that tastes as good as a glass of fresh-pressed juice. The flavors in fruit and vegetables are more clean and immediate on your palate, while the chlorophyll and nutrients seem to zip right into your bloodstream. A really great glass of fresh ...more

Trash Talk : 5 Food Scraps You Should Not Be Throwing Away

A few years ago I went hog-wild trying to achieve a zero-waste lifestyle. I didn't succeed, but the experiment taught me that we throw away things we could—and should—be using more. In ye olde days of our forefathers, people generally used every part of the animal in cooking. ...more

How To : 10 Clever Ways to Use Juicing Pulp in Your Cooking

Juicing fruits and vegetables is very beneficial to your health. For some, it's a trend; but to me, it's a part of my morning routine. However, the negative side to juicing large quantities of fruits and vegetables is that leftover pulp can be wasted. Thankfully, this is easi ...more

How To : 10 Stuffed Avocado Recipes to Die For

A perfectly ripe avocado half is a lovely snack, and a creamy bowl of homemade guacamole can make a meal. But the following ten ideas take green-eating up a notch by stuffing avocado halves with your favorite salads and ingredients, turning them into a snack or side dish fit f ...more

How To : Sushi + Burrito = The Ultimate Handheld Meal

Sushirrito offers burrito-sized sushi rolls that are on the cusp of becoming the trendiest handheld snack to hit the foodie world. According to its website, Peter Yen created the Sushirrito brand, trademarked it in 2008, and opened his first restaurant in 2011 in the Bay Area ...more

How To : Cook Polenta in 15 Minutes Instead of 40

I became a big fan of polenta while studying Italian cooking. Previously, it never occurred to me that ground corn could create a dish that could rival the best pastas or potatoes. Those rich, golden bowls of cornmeal, cooked until tender and flavored with good olive oil, butt ...more

How To : Roll Your Own Sushi

The next time you are craving sushi, how about making it yourself? All you need is some sushi rice (you CAN use leftover white rice, but this would taste better), sheets of nori (seaweed), a sushi rolling mat and your favorite sushi ingredients. Do the classic California roll ...more

How To : I Love Puff Pastry. Here’s Why You Should, Too

I always have several sheets of puff pastry in my freezer. It's unlike any other pastry dough: the layers of butter let out steam when the dough bakes (hence, the "puff" in puff pastry). The dough's flakiness perfectly compliments sweet and savory dishes, which makes it a tota ...more

How To : 5 Ways to Make Your Vegetables Taste Better

I like to think of myself as a pretty calm and even-keeled person. I rarely get angry or annoyed, and I don't even get peeved very frequently. For better or for worse, that often changes in the kitchen. When it comes to culinary matters, I'm a little more emotionally invested ...more

How To : Make Beautiful, Insta-Worthy Buddha Bowls

The yogis of the internet have started a wonderful food trend that has everyone wanting to eat healthy—gorgeous buddha bowls. Okay, so maybe not everyone, but a lot of people are definitely entranced by these beautiful, multicolored meals. Buddha bowls, also known as rainbow ...more

News : Tiny Food-Based Works of Art to Drool Over

I don't know about you, but visions of pumpkin pie and cornbread stuffing and big, juicy turkeys are constantly dancing through my head right now. I'm sorry, healthy eating habits, but it's Thanksgiving week, and all I can do is think about food. Although I can't wait to fill ...more

How To : Use Chayote Squash for Fries, Salad, Pie, & More

Several years ago, I moved to Brooklyn, New York, just outside a Spanish neighborhood. It was here that I was introduced to chayote. Fast-forward to present day: I live in Los Angeles and buy several chayote squash a week to cook with—yes, I said several. It's so versatile and ...more

News : This Cauliflower Is Fractal-ly Delicious

One of the best things about talking to other people who love food is that they point you to weirdly beautiful ingredients, like this: No, that's not an escapee from Middle Earth you're seeing. It's one of Mother Nature's best attempts at making fractals come alive into a gold ...more

How To : Make Your Own Pesto Plus

Among the many gifts that Italy has bestowed upon the world, culinary and otherwise, pesto stands alone. The exact birthplace of pesto, that herby sauce made of pine nuts and olive oil, is an area of Italy called Liguria, whose microclimate is particularly kind to basil, one o ...more

How To : 9 Savory Ways to Use This Season's Strawberries

In many places, May has given way to a surplus of strawberries cluttering the produce aisle. These sweet berries are great in a wide variety of delicious baked goods, from pies to cakes and everything in between. Don't Miss: The Secret to Making Strawberries Taste Like Candy ...more

How To : Save Time & Money with These One-Pot Meals All Week

Dinner is meant to be enjoyed after a long day away from home—it shouldn't cause stress or fuss. But for many, that's exactly what a home-cooked meal represents, especially on a work night. The prep work, the steps involved in following the recipe, the numerous amount of bowls ...more

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