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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Addicting Kale Chips


So far, I'm managing pretty well on my anti-candida diet. It's my gift to myself this New Year.


Initially, I loathed the idea of doing this diet.  I'd tried it before and found it difficult.  But after I started researching all the food that I COULD eat, and stopped focusing on what I couldn't eat, my options seemed endless.


Tonight I had:


1. Roasted veggies - Brussels Sprouts, Fennel, Cauliflower, Red Onion, and Turnips tossed with a little EVOO and sprinkled with dried rosemary and dried thyme.  

2.  Chickpea pancakes

3.  Kale Chips


 The kale chips are easy to make and I thought I'd share how easy they are to make.  I used dinosaur kale, but curly kale would work fine.  




1 bunch kale - rinsed, dried and cut or torn into bite-size pieces

sea salt

olive oil



Pre-heat the oven to 350F.


Place kale, olive oil and sea salt in a large bowl and toss to thoroughly coat the kale.


Spread the kale evenly on 1-3 cookie sheets and bake for about 15-20 minutes.  You want the kale to be crispy, but be careful it doesn't burn.


That's it!


You can also sprinkle on other herbs and spices like cumin, garlic powder, basil or whatever you like.  I used some cumin on half of the kale chips and garlic powder on the other half.


You can eat it as a snack, crumble it and sprinkle it on soups, salads, popcorn, veggies, etc. 


Even kids love eating kale this way.  


Try it out and let me know how you like it.



7:45 pm est

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