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Kale chips - good or bad?

Answered on March 02, 2014
Created March 01, 2014 at 5:23 PM

Just wondering your opinion on kale chips. If they are roasted in oil, are they still high in oxalates? What about if they're dehydrated? To my knowledge, kale has traditionally been boiled, not roasted. I tend to be somewhat leery of cooking things in ways other than the ways they have been traditionally prepared. Anyone aware of any possible issues with kale chips? (I gotta' admit, I LOVE them!)

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on March 02, 2014
at 08:31 AM

If you feel guilty eating kale chips that kind of proves you are eating pretty well. Go eat them and enjoy them.

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on March 02, 2014
at 01:39 AM

honestly, i used to eat them ALL the freakin time. i was totally addicted to roasting them with tahini, liquid aminos, and olive oil. now that i don't eat greens anymore, i realized just how much kale i was eating! i'd say if they don't make you feel bad, then it's fine to eat them. i just like eating as much energy dense food as possible and kale isn't one of them.

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