Examples of kale in a Sentence
trying to scrape up the kale to buy more dope
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What to do: To follow the Mediterranean diet, swap the red meat on your plate for fish (preferably fatty varieties such as salmon and mackerel), and eat leafy greens such as kale and spinach daily.
Seventh-grader Jayden Young√ tried collard greens and kale for the first time this week.
Seventh-grader Jayden Young tried collard greens and kale for the first time this week.
Regardless, weekly harvests yield quinoa, tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, pumpkins, green beans, squash, kale, beets, arugula, lettuce, spinach and eggplant, Fritz said.
This week's lot includes the aforementioned turnips and radishes, plus mustard mix, kale, arugula, and green onions.
Bring on the kale, broccoli raab and lentils at restaurants, but at home, that’s a different story.
Leafy greens like kale are the best source of calcium, but sardines, broccoli and high-quality yogurt or kefir are good options.
Get a glass of that, or any of the high-wire-act cocktails that always, beguilingly, seem to work—a mole mezcal manhattan; a mushroom old-fashioned; drinks with kale or celery juice—and then head outside to the expansive courtyard.
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Origin and Etymology of kale
Scots, from Middle English (northern) cal, from Old English cāl — more at cole
First Known Use: 14th century
KALE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kale for English Language Learners
: a type of cabbage that has wrinkled leaves
KALE Defined for Kids
Definition of kale for Students
: a hardy cabbage with wrinkled leaves that do not form a head
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