Red Russian Kale is an extremely nutrient dense food source. By eating Kale as a microgreen you can receive all the health benefits of Kale and avoid the sometimes bitteer taste that comes with full grown Kale. It has a strong broccoli flavor, nutty and rich, crunchy, fresh
Here are some of the benefits of eating Kale:
It's full of antioxidants that reduce free radicals, which aids in cancer prevention
It's anti-inflammatory, which reduces swelling and pain in the body
It fortifies immune system and improves brain health
It's rich in Vitamins A, C, and K, fiber, iron and copper
Kale makes a great addition to salads, soups, sandwiches and other meals. One of the things I do is put Kale in omelets or on fried egg sandwiches. It's not too spicy but adds a fresh, crunchy brassica taste to whatever you eat it with.