I’m experimenting with baking my own Kale Chips. Lately I’ve become a fan of them but the commercial variety just seems so expensive so I’m giving this a try.
My research consists of a few ideas and recipes I found online:
- Roasted kale chips, four ways | Your Lighter Side — A quote of relevance from the article:
Check out these crispy kale chips. Taaa daaaa! Now note the nutritional shakedown for one cup of chopped kale (in terms of daily recommended allowances):
Vitamin A: 206%
Vitamin C: 124%
Potassium: 299 mg
So much to offer per cup, so why worry? Four carbs per cup isn’t carby, but when you could easily eat 2-3 cups of roasted kale in a sitting, it really adds up. The cautionary tale? Share, buy less, or just prepare a serving at a time when prudent–unless you’re not likely to fall prey to the siren song of crispy, delicious kale.
- Crispy Kale Chips Recipe : Melissa d’Arabian : Recipes : Food Network
- Kale Chips Recipe: Bake Your Own, Trust Us
- Kale Chips Recipe
- Roasted Kale Chips with Parmigiano-Reggiano | Whole Foods Market
- Oven Roasted Kale Chips | Oh Taste n See…..
- FoodInspires.com – Executive Catering Services – Baked Kale Chips – Start stockpiling Kale now!
- Baked Kale Chips | Spicy Tasty
Some other Kale ideas:
Next week I’ll try these Pizza Sliders | Your Lighter Side
This site is going to test out and use Jeff McReynolds’ MapMyRun WordPress plugin which will allow me to connect (link) my post here with my MapMyRun, MapMyRide, MapMyWalk & MapMyHike maps by adding a short-tag to my posts with the route id and the type of activity. i.e. like this for a shakedown bike ride I did the other day:
Book Review: Making Habits, Breaking Habits: Why We Do Things, Why We Don’t, and How to Make Any Change Stick
I had been following Jeremy Dean on PsyBlog for a while so I anxiously looked forward to the publishing of his book Making Habits, Breaking Habits: Why We Do Things, Why We Don’t, and How to Make Any Change Stick
My review will be forthcoming but as I done with other books here that I haven’t yet written my personal review of I leave some links here to other reviews and interviews I think are worth reading or listening to:
- A ‘Wheat Belly’ Bonanza: New Book By Dr. William Davis Making An Impact « Jimmy Moore’s Livin’ La Vida Low Carb Blog
- Why Wheat Is Ruining Your Life: The Author Of Wheat Belly Explains
- Weighty Matters: Diet Book Review: Wheat Belly
- Wheat Belly Diet: Is Wheat Dangerous? – Ask Dr. Weil
- Dr William “Wheat Belly” Davis on The Dr Oz Show! | DietDoctor.com
- Wheat Belly Diet – Does It Work? | Nutritionally Fit
- Wheat Belly – Book Review from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
- Wheat Belly: Some thoughts about Norman Borlaug and the ‘Green Revolution’ | Chicago Plastic Surgeon & Hand Specialist
- Fat Head » Book Review: Wheat Belly
- Wheat Belly: An Unintended Consequence | The Riordan Clinic
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg