Posted by: lornasass | November 22, 2009

KALE IN THE PRESSURE COOKER

My own crop of kale growing on right and left sides of container. Photo copyright Lorna Sass, 2009

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!

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Responses

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your tips! I just got a pressure cooker and am a bit nervous but your videos where so informative. I will definitively get one of your books! PS. Also, you have great hair!

    • TX for ALL of your kind remarks! Happy cooking!

  2. I have one of the newer electric pressure cookers and don’t know how I ever lived without one. I was always too scared to use one until now. I also never knew what they were for or why they were used.

    • So glad you are enjoying your new cooker. TX so much for letting me know. Happy cooking! Lorna


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