The healthiest but most unpalatable Kale cabbage in history is a new product from the company Daphnia. It’s a green leafy vegetable that has been genetically engineered to be so healthy, it’s almost inedible.
Daphnia is a company that specializes in creating genetically modified plants and animals. They have recently released the world's first GMO plant - The Healthiest But Most Unpalatable Kale Cabbage. The gene they used to create this plant was the "unpalatability" gene which means that the plant tastes terrible and can't be eaten by most animals.
The Healthiest But Most Unpalatable Kale Cabbage is supposed to be eaten by insects and other small creatures like worms, slugs, snails, ants, and termites who don't have taste buds (the same gene also makes them unable to eat other plants).
Because various supermodels promote Kale as a super healthy food, it only has 35 calories per 100 grams, making it No. 1 for fitness boys and girls, but I still don’t like the taste of kale, but let’s sort out the classification first, and continue to publish a recipe in the next article to see the future Can you become a Pamela girl who loves to eat kale.
Common Curly Kale
Appearance: Light to dark green in color, large, wrinkled leaves with ruffled edges, long stems, fairly difficult to cut
Nutrition: Lots of vitamins B6, C, and K, and potassium
Taste: Distinctive peppery flavor, a hint of sourness
How To: Crispy Kale, Salads
Appearance: Leaves are slender, dark blue-green, curled and wrinkled
Taste: Rich, earthy, with a nutty sweetness
For: Salad, Macaroni and Herb Dressing, Chili Flakes, Olive Oil, and Garlic
Appearance: Born prematurely in China, it is similar in appearance to ordinary broccoli, with thick, shiny, blue-green leaves
Taste: Slightly stronger than regular broccoli
Method: stir fry
Appearance: Curly red leaves with dark purple undertones
Taste: Earthy sweetness with a crisp texture
How To: Soups and Salads, Garnishes and Plates
Crimson or red cabbage, originally from Siberia
Appearance: Color varies from blue-green to purple-red, similar to oak leaves
Taste: Slightly sweet with a hint of pepper
Method: salad, juice
Appearance: Similar to curly kale, except that the leaves are thinner and smaller
Nutrition: Vitamins A, C and K1, plus iron and calcium
Taste: Tenderness and mild taste
How to do it: Suitable for raw, green smoothies
Appearance: Possesses long, thin stems and large, gray-green, wrinkled leaves that produce a mild flavor
Taste: Very firm, rubbery texture
How to make it: Sauteed with onions, shallots, garlic, and olive oil
Ornamental cabbage seems to be the roadside cabbage flower
Prepare a recipe for the next article~