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2/19/13 9:32 P
The difference is akin to the difference between baby spinach and regular spinach -- smaller, more tender leaves, and more delicate flavor. I like both baby kale and regular kale... but find baby kale easier to prepare.
Fitness Minutes: (36,402)
1,021 2/17/13 8:43 P
From what I can tell by looking up the nutrition facts for each, the answer is yes. It seems the main difference is that baby kale is more tender and therefore better for eating raw, whereas mature kale pretty much needs to be cooked to be edible.
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