Photo: Amber Locke

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The Fruity Version of a Trend That's Still Going Strong
Massaging kale may sound a little silly, but it's the best way to break down the uber-healthy yet tough leaves. Locke rubs the leaves with an orange juice-based dressing until they're silky soft (though they still won't wilt if you make this ahead of time). Then, she adds sliced cranberries (in the fall, you can use a combination of fresh and dried for a lovely contrast; but, other times of year, using dried is still great) and orange segments for sweet flavor.

Get the recipe: Massaged Kale Salad with Oranges and Cranberries