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Brain & Beauty Food For Writers & Readers

kaleHey, did you know that the green, leafy vegetable Kale will make you smarter and better looking? Yeah, it’s true. In fact, according to Web MD, kale is “one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet.” It helps protect against cancer. It lowers cholesterol. So…where, you ask, does it say anything on Web MD to back up my claim that Kale will make you smarter and more pleasing to the eye? Well, healthy people feel better, and when you feel better, you think more clearly, yes? And thinking more clearly makes you smarter. You also have a nice glow and smile more when you feel good, right? And a glow and a smile make a person more pleasing to look at. I rest my case.

Let’s face it, though. Kale does not look all that appetizing and when eaten raw, it isn’t, in my opinion. Which is why I waskale chips so surprised when I ate kale chips recently at a restaurant and absolutely LOVED them. I’m betting you will, too, so I’m sharing the recipe that the restaurant shared with me. The world needs smart, beautiful readers and writers! Try these, then leave me a comment and tell me what you think.

KALE CHIPS
Rinse and pat dry kale leaves. Tear leaves from stems to form small chips. Put leaves into bowl and drizzle with olive oil (enough to coat lightly). Toss with hands and gently “massage” oil into leaves. Turn onto cookie sheet and sprinkle with sea salt. Bake at 350 for approx. 25 minutes. (Cooking time varies with oven. Check chips periodically. Cook until no longer wilted, crisp but not burnt).

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4 thoughts on “Brain & Beauty Food For Writers & Readers

  1. Does the recipe or info say whether the benefits of kale are better raw, if cooking or dehydrating reduces the ‘good for us’ factor? (I know, since you know me, you are probably saying ‘as if she’ll eat kale!’) I ask because I am more likely to eat a chip than a veggie!

    • jennyarcher on said:

      Hey April,
      Everything I’ve been told and read seems to agree that Kale chips are extremely good for you and full of nutrients. Plus, you make them with olive oil, which is also very good for you. Give ’em a try!

  2. Does it really work? I have tried a lot of ways for beauty, not just food, but they all do not work, maybe I can try yours on, it sounds great!

    • jennyarcher on said:

      Hey, Penny! Thanks for stopping by. When you’re healthy you feel good, and when you feel good you look better. Right? 🙂

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