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Thread: Kale Chips! Love them!

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    Senior Member JENNR8R's Avatar
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    I put olive oil in a spray bottle to apply the oil. It's faster.

    I bake them at 425 degrees for only 15 minutes... not a minute more or they will burn.

    Sea salt them after baking. Salt brings moisture out of vegetables, and you're trying to dry them out.

    I make these every week!

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    I was told by a seller at a local farmers market that the red/purple is sweeter/milder in taste. I like both types as chips.

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    I am curious if anyone has tried this with other greens? I have some baby spinach in the fridge that I'd like to try making chips with.

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    Never tried it before but guess I will have to now. Thanks

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    Thanks for sharing. We are big Kale fans at our house. Most of the time it is a salad, but I will make these today. Kale is at the top in terms of nutritional value, above spinach, so very good for you.
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    Never cared for Kale, but I do love spinach. But with all leafy green veggies I have to watch how much I eat. Being on blood thinners to much vitamin K is bad.
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    Costco now has a vegetable mix for a salad that is kale, broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, and others I can't remember all cut in fine pieces and it is really good. Comes with pumpkin seeds and a poppy seed dressing. Those of you who have a costco might want to try it. It is in the refrigerated section with the vegetables and fruits.

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    Thanks for the great idea! I bet it tastes like kelp chips which I hear are good.
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    Tried Kale for the first time last year, but it was chopped and cooked with a little bacon garlic and some sea salt, I'm going back to the same place next month going to try and get the recipe. I had heard that Kale chips were good going to have to try it now.

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    What is Polk Sallet?? Sounds like something that grows in the garden but I've never heard of it
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