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      The practice of growing Russian red kale dates back to the late 19th century from the lands of Siberia. The Russian red kale also popularly goes by the names of Russian red and ragged jack kale. Growing red Russian kale seeds for microgreens can really benefit you in ways that you do not even realize are possible. These seeds grow into silvery green and sometimes into blue-green leaves. Resembling the oak leaves, red Russian kale, botanically known as Brassica napus pabularia, is often referred to as a superfood!

      Nutritional Benefits of Red Russian Kale Seeds for Microgreens

      Russian red kale is packed with nutrients that establish these seeds, one of the most invaluable ones in the market. Steamed or sauteed, you can unlock its nutritional benefits as soon as you make this plant a part of your diet. The nutritional superstar is jam-packed with vitamins A, K, B6 and C, manganese, calcium, potassium, and copper. It is a low-fat and low-card type of food that helps in keeping diseases like diabetes at bay. While helping diabetic patients, this member of the cruciferous vegetable family reduces the risks of cancer development.

      Taste and Use

      You can consume Russian red kale raw. If you do not like the texture of the leaves, you can steam, stir-fry, and roast these leaves. You can also use these in smoothies, soup, and even pair it with mashed potatoes or consume it as kale chips. The nutty, slightly sweet, and earthy flavor of these plants with a hearty texture, allows you to use it in av variety of different ways!

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