Add silverbeet to that list too, two culinary abominations.
I planted half an acre of silverbeet as it is easy to grow, I though it would be a good fresh feed for the horses, they turned up their collective noses too so we ploughed it all back in.
You could give it to the Army and they could add it to their gourmet selection along with overboiled cabbage, an old favourite.
I have never eaten kale.
Obviously you don’t go to hipster cafes then. There’s a Dutch dish which is basically a mix of mashed potato and boiled kale. I’ve had it and I can’t remember it being excessively horrible, but I doubt I’d ever cook it.
Kale is marketed as a ‘Super Food’. There is no such thing as a super food. A few foods have slightly higher concentrations of nutrients than some others but that doesn’t make them super.
Kale isn’t even as nutritious as spinach. I love spinach and can take or leave kale.