Himalayan Kale is prepared in a hygienic way by mechanical dehydration and grinding of freshly harvested kale leaves. The quick processing ensures securing the nutritional properties of kale in intact form. These kale leaves are cultivated in the clean air of the Himalayas using natural spring water for irrigation and organic cow dung manure for nutrition. And organic cow dung manure for nutrition. This kale power has a long shelf life of 9 months and can be easily consumed.
What is Kale?
Kale is a dark green, leafy vegetable that is part of the cabbage family. Although part of the cabbage family, kale does not grow in a tightly bound head, on long, fibrous stalks that cascade out from the center of a bunch. It comes in a variety of colors. In India, the ornamental variety is very common, however, that is not edible.
What is Kale Good for?
Life other dark green leafy vegetables, kale is high in calcium, iron, betacarotena, and vitamin C. Kale is part of the cruciferous group of vegetables (along with cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and others), Which have been studied for their cancer-fighting properties. Kale is also an excellent source of dietary fiber. This can be beneficial for constipation.
How should Kale be used?
Fresh kale can be eaten raw or cooked, However, since this needs to grow in cooler climates, making fresh kale available incites is an issue. Also, storing fresh kale for a long time is not possible. Therefore, we provide our organically grown kale in a dry powdered form. This makes consumption of this beneficial vegetable easy.
Kale for Children’s
One of the biggest questions that most parents ask is whether or not kale be fed to infants or toddlers. The answer, not surprisingly is yes. This is because, as kale belongs to the cabbage, cauliflower group, it can be happily fed to your infants or toddlers. But, just make sure that they are at least 8-9 months old. As cabbage group can be a little hard for litter tummies to digest, apart from flatulence.
Health benefit of Kale for Children.
- Strengthens the Immune System.
- Essential for Eyesight Development.
- High in Potassium and Vitamin C.
- Enhances Blood Production.
- Good Source Of Calcium.
- For Stronger Bones.
How to Use Kale for Children’s
Kale powder can be used in a number of ways. Some easy and tasty recommendations to ensure your kids can have it as well.
- Soups – Add a sachet of kale powder to your soup (any soup) after it has been boiled.It adds a great deal of nutrition and a dash of color and texture.
- Chapatis – Ad sachet of kale poser to flour while kneading dough for pooris or chapatis or paranthas. It enhances the nutritional value of plain flour.
- Pasta Sauces – Add a sachet of Kale poser to your favorite sauce for pasta or bakes. This will not only add color but enhance the nutritional value of the otherwise plain white sauce.
- Curries – A sachet of Kale powder can be added to normal tomato puree while making curries.
- Egg – Mix a sachet of Kale poser with beaten egg for making scrambled egg or omelet.
- Pakodas, Cutlets – Mix a sachet of kale powder to pakoda batter or cutlet mix before frying.
- Casseroles – Mix a sachet of Kale powder into your casserole and stir well before baking.