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    No I haven't, I'm not much of a cook really I bought it to specifically make green smoothies. Desperately needed to get more veggies in my diet in an easy way. I would like to try the kale chips though, might try that tomorrow.....

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    We have green smoothies regularly. They make us feel better if we have had too much junk! How do you make kale chips? We use baby kale in our green smoothies, is that what you use? Or the bigger kale? TIA

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    Our favourite is super simple Bananas, blueberries and spinach + water to make a nice consistency.

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    I found the recipe for kale chips on the net. Pull off leaves to bite size pieces. Wash leaves then dry as much as possible using salad spinner. Put on baking tray and drizzle some olive oil then mix the leaves to coat. Lightly sprinkle some sea salt (just a pinch). Bake in an oven preheated to about 160C for about 15min until it crisps up. I found some leaves crisped up faster than others so I took those out and put the rest back in the oven. Took some persuading to get the kids to try it but once they did I couldn't get them out of the oven fast enough ! They taste really light and actually don't have a strong flavour except for the salt.
    Also I just use the regular kale.

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    I bought a nutribullet and I love it!! I do feel like a smuck that got sucked into these info commercials but it really is amazing!
    My fav green smoothie is

    spinach and heaps of it
    ginger
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    carrot
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    chunk of watermelon

    yummo! I make a huge one and sip on it all day

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    Acerbaby that sounds so good! Will have to try.

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    So I just made a smoothie using kale, apple, banana. It was surprisingly fresh and quite yummy! Even the kiddies had some "dinosaur juice"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    I found the recipe for kale chips on the net. Pull off leaves to bite size pieces. Wash leaves then dry as much as possible using salad spinner. Put on baking tray and drizzle some olive oil then mix the leaves to coat. Lightly sprinkle some sea salt (just a pinch). Bake in an oven preheated to about 160C for about 15min until it crisps up. I found some leaves crisped up faster than others so I took those out and put the rest back in the oven. Took some persuading to get the kids to try it but once they did I couldn't get them out of the oven fast enough ! They taste really light and actually don't have a strong flavour except for the salt.
    Also I just use the regular kale.
    Thanks! I will give it a try. My dd loves chips so from now on she is getting kale chips! Does the kale still retain all its nutrients once its baked?

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    I don't know if all the nutrients still remain but I am guessing it's like baking any other veggie so would still be ok...

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    Quote Originally Posted by acerbaby View Post
    I bought a nutribullet and I love it!! I do feel like a smuck that got sucked into these info commercials but it really is amazing!
    My fav green smoothie is

    spinach and heaps of it
    ginger
    cucumber
    carrot
    half apple
    chunk of watermelon

    yummo! I make a huge one and sip on it all day
    Isnt it just a magic bullet with a different label and different blade?

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