Nutritional & Practically Tasteless
Personally, me and my kids are not fans of kale... but I was gifted a hearty quantity. I quickly dehydrated them and turned them into a powder that I use in everything as a topper to roasted veggies, adding to soups & pasta, and even adding it to brownie mix!
Kale is know for being a superfood but did you know that one serving has almost 700% dv vitamin K, 200% dv vitamin A and over 100%dv vitamin c. It is also high in omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, and many minerals.
Don't over do it! to much of anything is never good, for some it can cause complications such as kidney stones. Moderation, moderation, moderation!
I use it almost every day but, ln small amounts.
Why Dehydrate? | Storage
This is simple, it save money, space and time!
After it is nice and crisp, I grind the leaves into a powder and put it inside a mason jar. If you know me, jar storage is my favorite method.. Basically, if it fits... I will probably put it in a jar!
If you give this powder a try, leave a comment below. Share a photo too!Keep an eye out for more DIY powder recipes that I use all the time, such as my tomato powder!
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Further Reading | Sources | References
Szalay, Jessie. “Kale: Health Benefits & Nutrition Facts.” LiveScience, Purch, 13 May 2015, https://www.livescience.com/50818-kale-nutrition.html.