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Kale Chips!

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We enjoy those frequently ! Good, aren't they!?

(never used brown sugar though, just sea salt) I learned how to make them a few years ago while watching the chef Jacques Pepin. It's a way to get my guy to eat his greens :lol:

The only thing is--you gotta eat them ASAP. Not a "save for later" at all. :lol:

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We've had them at our house for ages as well. They are excellent many ways but my favourite is simply with a crunchy finishing salt such as fleur de sel. Addictive suckers! :P

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Haven't tried it yet, but my dad told me about kale pesto. Kale, olive oil, pine nuts and parm cheese in the food processor. Would be good on a piece of chicken or on some veggies.

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Haven't tried it yet, but my dad told me about kale pesto. Kale, olive oil, pine nuts and parm cheese in the food processor. Would be good on a piece of chicken or on some veggies.

It IS good. You can also add garlic to it. Great on pasta and pizza as well. I make all sorts of pesto including sundried tomato, mint, sage, arugula, kale, basil (of course) and use various nuts such as walnuts, pistachios, almonds...

I freeze pesto in ice cube trays and once frozen put into freezer bags. When I need one or two little blocks they are accessible.

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I tried these once before going gluten-free. I didn't add sugar though. I wasn't sure if I liked them at first.

I sat the bowl of chips on the counter and had to keep going back for more. They were addictive. LOL

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Haven't tried it yet, but my dad told me about kale pesto. Kale, olive oil, pine nuts and parm cheese in the food processor. Would be good on a piece of chicken or on some veggies.

and AWESOME on pizza. (slurp!) :lol:

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Haven't tried it yet, but my dad told me about kale pesto. Kale, olive oil, pine nuts and parm cheese in the food processor. Would be good on a piece of chicken or on some veggies.

Is the kale raw or cooked for the pesto?

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