The following article was written by Keegan Baur.
There's always someone in your life who
doesn't want to eat his or her veggies, whether it's your child, your spouse,
or even yourself! I myself have never been especially fond of vegetables—that
is, until I discovered kale. Lately, if I haven't had a kale smoothie by the
end of the day, I get a mad craving and head straight to the kitchen in search
of my trusty blender.
Unfortunately, my boyfriend has not
developed the same fondness for kale. What I see as a delicious, leafy green
treat he sees as, well, a leafy green chore to eat. But I'm hoping that I can
change his mind with Julie
Morris' Cheesy Kale Crisps.
This week's recipe from Superfood Cuisine: Cooking With
Nature's Most Amazing Foods promises "a distinctly
parmesan-like flavor that is excitingly addicting" that will convert kale-haters
into kale addicts.
Challenge accepted. Let's put this
recipe to the test!
Cheesy Kale Crisps1
large bunch curly green kale2 Tbsp.
coconut oil, melted2 Tbsp.
flaxseed powder1 tsp.
fresh lemon juice1 Tbsp.
nutritional yeast1 Tbsp.
tsp. sea salt, or to taste
Makes 2 to 4
more superfood cuisine? Readers can now download a free superfood
booklet with the introduction to Julie's new book and two more free
Superfood recipes previously posted on PETA Living:
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