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SarahG

1 Year

Going to give this a try. I’ve made ‘pesto’ before from the leaves or herbs but never tried the Kale stalks, they usually end up in the compost bin. Be good to use them up on the dinner table.

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Comments Editor

1 Year

Absolutely! Do check out some of the other Veg Hacks videos for inspiring ways to make the most of your veg and some great zero-waste tips.

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Cathb

1 Year

Looks a good idea. Will try it.

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ChefJoe

7 Months 1 Week

Love this pesto; great on pasta, baked potato, with goat cheese on crostini...

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