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Black kale has palm tree-like fronds. These curly-edged leaves grow out of a central stalk. When the central stalk is harvested, mini-black cabbages are produced on the stalk. This variety offers its very own subtle green cabbage flavor that has a tangy bite with an almost sweet aftertaste.
Black kale is available late fall through spring.
Black kale is a member of the Crucifer or mustard family. Black kale is a prehistoric Mediterranean wild plant. Black kale is an international hybrid, and a prized Tuscan specialty referred to as "cavolo nero" or black cabbage in English. Also known as Tuscan kale, lacinato kale, dinosaur kale and palm tree kale. Abundantly available in Tuscany, Black kale supplies are very limited in other parts of the world. Italian cuisine especially favors Black kale in the cold-weather cooking season.