I don’t know how many of you out there grow kale, but I kind of put it in the category of chard. Unless you chop it up really well, it is hard, for me at least, to digest in salad form. Kale has a lot of vitamins and also make for great chips. Preheat your ovens to 350 and pour olive oil mixed with salt into a decent sized bowl. After rinsing and drying your kale (don’t forget to cut the stems), mix and toss the kale with the olive oil and salt mix.. Lay the leaves in a baking tray until in a way that the tray is covered, single stack. You can sprinkle on top with fresh Parmesan cheese. I suggest doing at least two trays at a time or you’ll be there all day. (no parchment paper is needed; the trays will be sufficiently oiled for subsequent baking). Leave in the oven between 10-12 minutes until the leaf edges are brown and the kale is crisp. When satisfied, peel off the trays and you’re ready for a healthy snack or unique appetizer for guests.
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