1. The closer the frost, the sweeter the leaf.
Kale actually tastes better when harvested after frost. Even frozen stiff in the garden, it will thaw out as it warms and come back just as sprightly as it was in July.
2. Cold weather friend.
The hotter the weather, the more bitter and tough the kale. Keep it in the shade during the hottest parts of summer, moving it to direct sunlight as the weather cools.
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