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  • ladydanville
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    Kale is a wonderful green, but VERY high in potassium. 299 mg per cup raw, and 296 mg per cup cooked. So for me when I use it I make sure I share it with lots of people at the table and eat no more than 1/4 cup at a sitting. I enjoy mixing it into a cold salad. Patty

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  • Leilamorris
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    My cooked kale recipe

    I cook Kale with fresh cran retries and garlic it gives it a sweet and sour tast

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  • RDSara
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    Try this kale slaw recipe on DaVita.com. It's great served as a cold salad but you can also stir-fry it for a healthy hot vegetable dish.
    http://www.davita.com/recipes/salads...le-slaw/r/8623
    For more details on kale and nutrients for kidney diets check out the Kidney Diet Tips blog post at http://blogs.davita.com/kidney-diet-...dex.php?s=kale

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  • jsmith35
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    kale?

    I'm new to all of this stuff and I'm looking for some ideas for what to do with kale. I've never eaten it I know its like spinich or greens. Im cooking for a picky eater so I have to either hide it somehow or make it flavorful. Any help is greatful.
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