This popular cruciferous veggie is also known as leaf cabbage. While some varieties of kale can grow over six feet tall, our tender Baby Kale packs a powerful nutritional punch in small, bite-sized leaves. With an abundance of vitamins A, C and K and many other essential vitamins and minerals, it’s no wonder kale is considered a superfood. Baby Kale is perfect in just about everything from salads to soups, stews, pasta and savory pies. It can be steamed, braised, sautéed, or stirred into beans or grains. You can also roast Baby Kale tossed in olive oil in a 350-degree oven for 20 minutes to make your own kale chips!