Black kale has larger leaves than those of green or red kale. Black kale leaves grow from a sturdy central stalk and are a dark greenish-purple, almost black color. Black kale has a chewy texture that softens after it is cooked. The flavor is tangy and similar to that of green cabbage.
Research claims that using black kale in juice is helpful for arthritis, gastric ulcers, depression, and gout. Recent studies also suggest that black kale has properties that are helpful in reducing symptoms for multiple sclerosis patients.
Temperature:Black kale is kept best at 32 degrees.