Sunday, July 14, 2013
Vegan; Raw; Gluten Free
These have become a tasty household staple, since a bag of kale chips will set you back $8.00 or so. There is a process and done right, these take about a day (at a dry high altitude) to make. It's taken awhile for me to get this just right, use what flavors you like. My food dehydrator was given to me, check freecycle.com if you're in the market....
1 bunch of kale, cleaned and de-stemmed (they will turn into tree branches if you keep the stems)
Braggs liquid amino
Vegan Parmesan cheese (I used cayenne chipotle)
1. In a large bowl spray the liquid amino onto the clean kale, gently massage into the kale. Sprinkle the parmesan cheese and massage into the kale and repeat if needed....
2. Lay the kale leaves on the trays of the dehydrator until all the trays are full or you've run out of kale. After about 6 hours, rotate the trays. Taking the inner trays to the outer.
3. Store in an air tight container.