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The IKEA Vegan Meatballs Actually Exist Now, and They’re Made of Kale

We reported on this story a while back and it’s now official: IKEA is offering a vegan take on its popular Swedish meatballs throughout its U.S. locations. The new IKEA vegan meatballs, named GRÖNSAKSBULLAR, made “entirely of vegetables” including the ever-popular leafy green kale, are available at IKEA locations for $4.49 for a pack of ten.

Top Top News from the Food Front: Kale-esi Burger, Food Waste App, Organic Controversy

Have you heard about the vegan ‘Game of Thrones’ themed burger, or the new app to help you fight food waste? Did you see the new diet and nutrition research on MS and heart disease? Do you know about Big Ag’s efforts to railroad organic standards, in a direction no one here wants ’em to go? Read on for a roundup of all the good, bad, and interesting news from the food world this week!

Leafy Green Happiness: Massaged Kale!

Kale: I love it so much! I like it steamed, sautéed, dried into chips, and pretty much every other way you can prepare it. But my very favorite thing to do with it is to give it a little back-rub! It has come to my attention that far too many people in the world don’t know about the wonders of massaged kale. This is a terrible state of affairs, and must be rectified! With just a minute or two of effort, you can easily transform that healthy CSA or farmer’s market kale into the perfect raw salad green. Don’t cheat yourself: read on, and prepare to get hooked on kale!

Kale: The Complete Guide to the World’s Most Powerful Superfood (Cookbook Review)

I was excited when the publisher sent over my review copy of the new cookbook Kale: I absolutely love the stuff, and love finding new ways to incorporate it into my kitchen plans! But when I started cooking with this book, I admit it wasn’t exactly what I expected.