Vegetables grown in Surokgol Village are environmentally-friendly
organic produce and contain the love and care of our farmers. Organic-grown
produce does not add chemical fertilizers or additives and thus
may not look as pretty as others or may taste slightly different.
However, what is safe for insects is safe for people too.
Kale is classified into curvy kale, wrap kale, and white
and pink flower kale. What we usually eat in Korea is wrap kale
Kale contains more vitamin C, carotene, and
protein compared to other vegetables and is good for wrapping and
Kale contains three times as much calcium as
milk and its chlorophyll generates red blood cells.
It is also called Myeongilyeop or Sinripcho
because if you pick a leaf, a new leaf comes out the next dayThe
leaf is thick yet tender and has a shiny dark green color. Young
sprouts can be juiced or seasoned as salad. Use it to wrap
other foods or boil and season it as condiment. Often called the
Herb of Miracle, Angelica keiskei contains lots of vitamin A, B1,
B2~B12, C, and D, chlorophyll, and germanium.