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The Superfood kale has been cultivated for over 2,000 years. A native to the Mediterranean area, the Brassica oleracea spread to other parts of Europe where it was widely consumed until the Middle Ages. Kale was an extremely important crop in Scotland because of its hardiness to the cooler climate. Kale was used as a generic term for dinner in Scotland and if you looked ill, you were told that you were "off of your kale". Kale remained an important crop until the potato became the top product grown.
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