Part of my food plan is to rotate foods, not eating the same things two or more days in a row. This is to prevent new food sensitivities from developing.
Yesterday's meals included kale, which I've never tried before, and which is slightly bitter until it is cooked.
I cook like Amelia Bedelia, so I don't have an exact recipe, but here's the basic idea:
I chopped up about an eighth of onion and about a third of the bunch of kale and stir-fried it in olive oil just until it was tender. I added a cut up chicken breast, a handful of coconut, and about a tablespoon of sesame seeds. When it started getting too dry and sticking to the pan, I added a splash of Bragg's liquid amino.
Since it was quinoa day, I served it over a heaping pile of quinoa. This was very good, but a bit salty. Apparently I need to dilute the liquid amino. But the flavor was amazing.