After Chip gave me a hard time about it (
), I decided to give it more effort. I voted for 40-60 percent. I rather like the taste, it's more an issue of convenience. I don't always feel like eating it right then, so a couple times I've ended up putting them in a plastic bag in the fridge and then pulled it out later to have with a meal. For me, it works great in any kind of stir-fry. I also had it mixed with rice on the side of baked salmon and it was awesome.
The thing is, I don't like scooping the soggy leaves out of a bag from the fridge. Am I crazy? I don't think so. While I think they are tasty -- reminding me of a sweet-like spice -- managing the spent leaves is just kind of a nuisance. I guess I could train myself to always eat the leaves after the session. Seems unlikely.
I've eaten my fair share of Kame and Kanro, anything else and I'm clueless. I can say, though, that Kanro is amazing to taste. It really is like any other leafy green in that it tastes like food. There is nothing odd about eating it at all. In fact, I think it's much better tasting than kale, spinach or collards -- which I eat a lot.