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CINDYTW Posts: 5,783
8/26/11 9:33 P

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Interesting Annie! Regular kale chips are so simple...Let me know how those are...

Xena if you make them in the oven I store mine in gallon Ziplock bags. Make sure they are completely dry and cool though or they will get soggy!

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ANIDUCK's Photo ANIDUCK Posts: 10,863
8/26/11 2:46 P

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Here's the recipe I'm going to follow as soon as my Azure order arrives with the miso:


Kale Chips

2 bunches of curly Kale
1 Red Bell Pepper
1 Cup Cashews (soaked in water 8 hours, rinsed)
1 Tbsp Yellow Miso (make sure it yellow miso, and NOT the dark brown)
Juice of 1 lemon
3 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar (non-filtered)
1 Tbsp Nutritional Yeast
2-3 cloves garlic

-Soak cashew in water for 8 hours (overnight). Rinsed & Drain

-Place Cashews, Lemon Juice, Apple Cider Vinegar in Blender and blend until smooth

-Add Red Bell Pepper and blend

-Add all remaining ingredients, bend until smooth. There should be not chunks of nut, it should have a creamy texture.

-Remove Kale greens from stalk/inner spine.

-Mix Cashew Sauce with Kale greens and place on dehydrator trays

-Dehydrate for 6 hours at 105 degrees F.

Got this recipe from www.rawradianthealth.com/blog/?s=Bes
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8/26/11 12:32 P

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I've had this before. It's really good. I need to get some better pans to cook it in, though. :)

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8/26/11 12:04 P

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So here's a question: Once you've made these, can you store away the extra for later? If someone has tried it, I'd be interested in hearing if and how it worked out. I do a lot of single serving cooking and probably shouldn't be eating a whole batch at once by myself.


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ANIDUCK's Photo ANIDUCK Posts: 10,863
8/24/11 12:01 A

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emoticon You can get a lot of kale for $7.99!
Yeah, better to make them; probably taste better fresh anyway and you can vary the flavors you put on them.

Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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CINDYTW Posts: 5,783
8/23/11 10:17 P

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Today I also saw some VERY expensive Kale, sweet potato and carrot chips in the grocery store that are "raw" so must be dehydrated. $7.99 for a small bag!! I really should try this out! emoticon

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ANIDUCK's Photo ANIDUCK Posts: 10,863
8/23/11 12:36 A

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I just found some really great looking crispy kale recipes that use a dehydrator. You make a savory dressing and massage it into the leaves and then dry them.
As soon as I get some yellow miso i'm going to make one of these recipes.

Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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ANIDUCK's Photo ANIDUCK Posts: 10,863
8/22/11 11:45 P

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That's what I would do; dehydrate them. I'm going to have to try this.

Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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CINDYTW Posts: 5,783
8/22/11 6:50 P

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Annie I do mine at 300-325 convection. I have not tried dehydrating but that may be an option too. I love em!

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8/22/11 4:29 P

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Thanks you guys! Great tips!! I'll try it with other veggies.

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ANIDUCK's Photo ANIDUCK Posts: 10,863
8/22/11 4:18 P

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I saw that too a while back and just wondered if baking it at such a high temperature ruined all the nutritional value...but it sure beats packaged chips!!

Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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CINDYTW Posts: 5,783
8/22/11 3:39 P

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Yeah I call this Kale Chips too and love it! emoticon

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8/22/11 12:56 P

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My kids love this. They call it Kale Chips...they also LOVE broccoli and cauliflower cooked the same way...makes it crisp and light! Also how I cook my brussel sprouts....

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8/22/11 12:37 P

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sounds good

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8/22/11 12:21 P

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Kale has a bit of a bitter taste, but my daughter stumbled upon this in a magazine somewhere and we both love it. Give it a try and let me know what you think!

Preheat oven to 420 degrees

Spray a 9 x 13 pan with olive oil

Rinse enough kale to fit in the pan, but make sure you dry it off well.

Place kale in pan, "mist" with more olive oil (go buy a Misto!) and sprinkle lightly with sea salt.

This is the tricky part...I don't know how long it takes. Just keep watch. If the kale is too soggy, it will never turn krispy. You want it to get lightly browned around the edges.

This is really yummy!

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