Day 6 lunch: Steamed edamame, kale chips, sliced avocado with lemon and chilled green tea
So today turned out to be a VERY green day, haha. As mentioned I am low on groceries, but more than that I was just pretty lazy and didn’t want to put forth much effort. This was easy and fast…and really tasty. All of these are some of my favorite foods actually (I could survive on avocado alone for the rest of my life). The kale chips are super easy and really crispy, if you have never tried them you are missing out!
Kale chips: wash and dry VERY well (kale must be completely dry to crisp properly) 6-10 stalks of kale, tearing the leaves in large pieces from the  stalks (you can juice the stalks).  Toss the leaves in 1 tsp of olive or avocado oil and spread on a baking sheet, flattening the kale as much as possible. You want space between the pieces so you will need to do two batches. Bake at 350 for 10-12 min (watch it, when the edges start to get dark and a few are turning slightly brown pull them out, if they burn they get very bitter). After they are out dust them with a little sea salt and serve immediately while they are nice and crispy. Yum and so nutritious!

Day 6 lunch: Steamed edamame, kale chips, sliced avocado with lemon and chilled green tea

So today turned out to be a VERY green day, haha. As mentioned I am low on groceries, but more than that I was just pretty lazy and didn’t want to put forth much effort. This was easy and fast…and really tasty. All of these are some of my favorite foods actually (I could survive on avocado alone for the rest of my life). The kale chips are super easy and really crispy, if you have never tried them you are missing out!

Kale chips: wash and dry VERY well (kale must be completely dry to crisp properly) 6-10 stalks of kale, tearing the leaves in large pieces from the  stalks (you can juice the stalks).  Toss the leaves in 1 tsp of olive or avocado oil and spread on a baking sheet, flattening the kale as much as possible. You want space between the pieces so you will need to do two batches. Bake at 350 for 10-12 min (watch it, when the edges start to get dark and a few are turning slightly brown pull them out, if they burn they get very bitter). After they are out dust them with a little sea salt and serve immediately while they are nice and crispy. Yum and so nutritious!

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