One of the healthy eating inspirations that came our way last month was from the research of Dr. Terry Wahls, a physician who was diagnosed with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and worked her way back to health by transforming her diet. While I’m not so sure, Dr. Wahls would be so excited about how we make our kale chips, I’m certain she would applaud our effort to actually eat kale.
Kale is a leafy green vegetable much like collared greens and cabbage. Its strong taste definitely takes some getting used to, but the fact that it’s loaded with great vitamins, minerals, and cell repairing chemicals makes it much easier to stomach. In addition to the kale chips that we make, we also dehydrate it and use it like parsley or spices in soups. No matter how you use it, it’s a great addition to your diet.