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How to Make Kale Chips
Kale is incredibly nutritious and one of our customer's favorite snacks.
They can be rather pricey though so if you have the time you can make Kale Chips yourself for pennies--especially if you grow your own kale!
1 Head of Kale
Remove the stem from the kale
Add Kale to a baking sheet
Spray Coconut Oil
Add Cayenne Pepper
Add a dash of Sea Salt
Bake at 375 F for 15 minutes
You can optionally replace the cayenne for grated cheese or even nutritional yeast. The options are endless and the chips are yummy!
New Local Food Items
Our farmer friends, Steve and Becky Wolf from Wolf Farm have added to our line of local veggies by bringing us their "Easter Egg" Radishes. Delicious, organic and local!
Radishes are members of the Brassicaceae (mustard or cabbage) family. The root is related to kale, broccoli, cauliflower, and horseradish, among others.
Radishes are a great low-cal snack; one cup of sliced radishes has only 19 calories.
Radishes are related to wasabi, a type of horseradish, which in paste form is a staple condiment of Japanese cuisine.
Because they grow rapidly, radish plants are ideal for children's gardens. The scientific name for the genus that includes radishes is Raphanus, Greek for "quickly appearing."
Come by and get some local early radishes... Only $1.49 for a generous portion!
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