Kale

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Ripbor

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Variety: KaleName: RipborColor: Green to Grayish GreenSize: Medium Compact Curly LeavesTaste: Nutritious, Full of Protein & Vitamins A & C, Slightly Bitter in the Summer Turning Sweeter in the Fall Color: Green to Grayish Green Size: Medium Compact Curly Leaves Taste: Nutritious, Full of Protein & Vitamins A & C, Slightly Bitter in the Summer Turning Sweeter in the Fall

Red Russian

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Variety: KaleName: Red RussianColor: Stems are Purple; Leaves are Dark Green, Purple VeinsSize: Flat, Medium Toothed Leaf, Narrow StemTaste: More Tender Than Most Kales Color: Stems are Purple; Leaves are Dark Green, Purple Veins Size: Flat, Medium Toothed Leaf, Narrow Stem Taste: More Tender Than Most Kales

Lacinato

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Variety: KaleName: LacinatoColor: Dark Blue-Green Leaves, BumpySize: Large, Long LeavesTaste: Slightly Bitter, but sweeter & More Delicate than Curly Kales, Often Used in Italian Cuisine Color: Dark Blue-Green Leaves, Bumpy Size: Large, Long Leaves Taste: Slightly Bitter, but sweeter & More Delicate than Curly Kales, Often Used in Italian Cuisine