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kale-in chips || tips for the crisp

Originally posted on she be kale-in' it:
kale chips. once a phenomenon, still well known + extremely overpriced in grocery stores. i walk by small packages of kale chips for 8 dollars! say whaaaa? buy a bundle of kale + bake some! well, when i first made kale chips i did it all wrong. they were soggy, burnt, or just too weird. through many batches of kale chips i have discovered my 5 tricks to follow when on the pursuit of the perfect crisp. dry as a bone: after washing the kale + removing stems be sure to make the kale as dry as possible. by leaving water, it creates a soggier chip because the moisture steams in the oven. less is more: with olive or coconut oil a tiny bit goes a long way- remember you can always add more if after covering they seem too dry. i make small batches at a time, therefore i add about 1/2 a tbsp. same applies here for the amount of kale on the baking sheet. try not to…