I’m always sad that more Americans aren’t familiar with kale. It’s such a tasty vegetable, and it’s loaded with vitamins and minerals.
In the YouTube clips below, I’m at the Slow Food Eat-In (Labor Day 2009) in a community garden on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, explaining to a very eager crowd just how easy it is to cook kale in the pressure cooker.
Kids stood up close and personal for the demo, and a good time was had by all.
In this first clip, I’m introduced by Kerry Trueman, co-found of Eating Liberally and activist food blogger for the Huffington Post. She talks about fuel efficiency of the pressure cooker and how we should re-name it the “low-carbon” cooker.
Here you’ll see the pressure cooker in action.
Now, everyone gets a taste!