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    Posted: May 21 2012 at 10:29am
Has anyone ever made them?  Fairly simple to do.. I actually enjoyed them. 
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How did you make them? I have heard of them but never amde them before.
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Originally posted by hairologist hairologist wrote:

How did you make them? I have heard of them but never amde them before.
after taking the leaves off the stem and cutting them into smaller pieces.. I placed the kale on a baking sheet in a single layer, drizzled some olive oil over it and some salt(sea salt is best but I only had table salt) then put them in the oven on 300 for about 12 mins.. they get crispy.  Kale is an interesting leaf to eat.. lol
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Oh, I love kale. But I have never made kale chips. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Smile I heard that kale is rich in vitamin K, isn't it?
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Originally posted by pinkmonster pinkmonster wrote:

Oh, I love kale. But I have never made kale chips. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Smile I heard that kale is rich in vitamin K, isn't it?
it is indeed rich in Vit K.. and a host of other vitamins. 
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I tried these a couple of years ago and I didn't care for them....maybe I roasted them too long...they were bitter.
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Originally posted by quenquen quenquen wrote:

I tried these a couple of years ago and I didn't care for them....maybe I roasted them too long...they were bitter.
They do have a bit of a bitter taste to them.. The olive oil and sea salt really helps with that.  Not much but some.
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I made spinach chips the same way you made the Kale. At first bit I liked them, they kind of tasted like Lays classic chips, then when I kept eating them, I didn't like them. Maybe I should try the kale. 
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I think these types of food have an acquired taste.  Kale, Spinach, Collards.. if you're not cooking them to death, the taste is different.  I have spinach and will try the chips with those as well.  Maybe I'll add some seasoning to it to see if that helps.



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I am making these tomorrow. I don't have olive oil so I'm going to use hempseed oil and seasalt.
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