In case you didn’t hear, according to the New York Times, calamari is so 1996. At least that’s when the term experienced peak mentions in the paper. In 2013, it was only mentioned a paltry 19 times. That hardly stacks up to the 216 mentions that kale accrued in the same year. And if you believe that what newspapers are talking about is an accurate reflection of what people are eating, then by that logic, you might assume that kale easily trumps calamari in mentions on menus as ...

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