…because real flower bouquets are just too darn pricey?
This thang right here is versatile. Not only does it look pretty on a table, it’ll save you from using up space in the fridge before you ultimately shove the kale into your stomach.
When you bring your kale home, cut about 1-2 inches off the bottom and place your kale bouquet in a vase with water, same as you would a bunch of flowers. As you get hungry for healthy greens, break a few pieces of kale off your bouquet to cook it up, add to raw salad or for baking up some tasty kale chips.
I’ve found the kale bouquet to stay fresh longer in the vase than it does squashed into your fridge. And it’s so darn pretty! It’ll last about 4 days before the “flowers” begin to wilt.
Happy kale eatin!