It did really well last year too.
But people ask me all the time, what the heck do you do with all that kale?
Here's a simple idea.
Make kale chips!
We actually make them nightly for snacks.
And it's really, really easy.
Go out to your plot and grab a handful of leaves. Just snap them off at the bottom of the stem.
Bring it home and rinse the leaves.
Tear off the leaves along the center vein and make them into 2-inch pieces.
Spray olive oil on a foil-lined cookie sheet.
Place your torn kale pieces in a single layer on the cookie sheet.
Spray the leaves with the olive oil too.
Sprinkle the leaves with salt. (We love sea salt.)
Bake in your toaster oven, or real oven, for about 10 minutes at 300.
Turn the leaves about 5 minutes in, then again after 2 minutes.
After 10 minutes, check to see if they're dried all the way. If not, pop back in the oven a minute or two more, then check again.
Super healthy, super easy and super yummy.