Call it what you will: Tuscan kale, dino kale, black kale, lacinato kale, this variety goes by many names! With long leaves and dark, crinkly skin, it contains many of the nutritious benefits of regular kale - tons of vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K - but with a milder, sweeter taste that's more palatable. It's known for reducing the risk of numerous cancers, balancing blood sugar levels, and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Look for the biggest bunches with the widest leaves. Dino kale should have dark green or black green leaves with no wilted or brown spots. Buy organic when possible.
Calcium 7.6% Iron 5.1%