All of this activity was part of the civil society mobilization in favor of a controversial law for food sovereignty debated in Peru throughout 2013, the watershed year for food policy in that country.
There's only one other way I'd like to see kale prepared: in another country. Same with quinoa. It's not just weird sounding, it's not even new. It is literally an ancient grain. Quinoa must die. It sure is old enough.
And if you compare the fiber content of freekeh to other grains, it blows them out of the water. And as anyone who has ever been on a diet can tell you, the more fiber you eat, the fuller you feel and the easier it is to lose weight.