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    "If there's one veggie that every nutritionist across the country eats and recommends, it's kale. That's because the leafy green is so nutrient-dense. It's loaded with vitamins K, A, and C, fiber, and calcium. And it's packed with so many cancer-preventative antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients. My favorite way to eat more is making kale chips, a total party favorite and kid pleaser. Just rip up the kale, massage a little olive oil into the leaves, and bake at 375?F for 10 to 15 minutes. They're as good as potato chips!" ?Carolyn Brown

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    Thanks Kitty- I just saw this! I have been buying kale chips with nutritional yeast which makes them taste like nacho cheese kale. Good stuff!

    I also read that some are putting raw marijuana leaves in their smoothies for the health punch. More to read about that!

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    Hm raw marijuana leaves might pack a punch alright LOL

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    I have a huge whack of kale in my garden and am on the first week of a two week vacation with tons of company so we shall be eating lots of kale chips. How about 350 F? Is that a good temp?

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    Kale chips are great - my favorite is to toss them with finely chopped red bell peppers, scallions, garlic, sunflower seeds, cashews (or a nut of your choice), and a little hummus. Also, I use a low-temp dehydrator. I've gotten into the raw foods thing and supposedly anything cooked at over 118 degrees degrades the nutritional quality of veggies.

    I used to buy these at Whole Foods (an American organic grocery chain), but at $7.99 a pop US, I figured why not invest in my own equipment and make them on my own.

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    Oh thank God.....Your not talking about eating ducks ! Ha! Yes by all means ....eat veggies....please ! ha! (Howard the Duck)

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