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Cabbage Black (250G)

Product Description
Description/Taste:
Cavolo Nero, also known as Black Kale or Tuscan Kale, is distinguished by its long, dark green to almost black, crinkly leaves. Unlike curly kale, its leaves are flatter and have a slightly glossy appearance. The flavour is rich and robust, with earthy, nutty notes. When cooked, Cavolo Nero becomes tender and gains a slightly sweet profile.

Seasons/Availability:
In the UK, Cavolo Nero is in season from early autumn to early spring, roughly from September to March. This hardy vegetable thrives in cooler weather, making it a staple during the UK's winter months. It's primarily sourced from local cultivation, but to ensure year-round availability, it might be imported from European neighbours outside the peak season.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Cavolo Nero is a versatile green, perfect for a range of dishes. It can be sautéed with garlic, added to soups and stews, or used as a base for salads when massaged with a bit of olive oil. Its robust flavour pairs well with strong ingredients like chorizo, anchovies, or pecorino cheese. It's also delightful when combined with beans in traditional Tuscan dishes.

History:
As the name suggests, Cavolo Nero originates from Tuscany, Italy, but it has found a beloved place in British gardens and kitchens over the past few decades. Its resilience to cold weather and its unique flavour profile have made it a favourite among UK chefs and home cooks alike, especially during the colder months.
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