Last night we came back from a family event hungry. I made Kale chips which are always a big hit. When possible use flat kale verses curly kale -it’s so much easier to coat with oil and doesn’t seem to burn as much. Get the kids involved from the first step, from planting the kale, watering, harvesting and lending a hand for the steps in getting it ready to eat below.
Read more about why kale should be eaten at least once a week why it’s in season!
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