Whether you call it Tuscan kale, Dinosaur kale, or Lacinato kale, one thing is certain — this is a delicious type of kale! Known to be grown in Italy as far back as the 18th century, the dark teal, savoyed leaves of Lacinato kale are exceptionally tender and tasty, gaining additional sweetness with each frost. We like to harvest them as baby leaves for salads, or as mature leaves for baking, roasting, or putting in soups.
-30 days (baby leaf)
-60 days (mature)