In Season: Kale turns sweeter in cold weather, so it's at its best from mid-fall through early spring.What to Look For: Choose kale with firm, deep-green leaves, avoiding any that are wilted or have yellow spots. How to Store: Keep kale in the coldest part of your refrigerator, loosely wrapped in a plastic bag. Though it seems like a sturdy vegetable, kale will quickly wilt and turn bitter.
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