Get your greens and your chips all in one!
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Cut out the center tough stem part of the kale. Then cut each piece in 4. (You can layer & cut them all together.) In a mixing bowl, mix all together. Spread out on dehydrator trays. Check it after 4 hours, but it might take about 6 hours. They should be crispy.

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Get your greens and your chips all in one!

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Fireman Bobby, you can dehydratet these on 115 degrees with good results. Watch them after about one hour because they get crispy pretty fast. Enjoy!!

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Dear healthywoman,

I'm new to this,what temperture for the dehydrator?

Fireman Bobby

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These were tasty,,,,next time I plan to leave out the salt. I used garlic powder and added a sprinkle of cayenne pepper....yum. Thanks for the recipe!

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I have these dehydrating now. What temperature did you dehydrate on?

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So they will really crisp up?? I am soo going to try it. :) Thanks!

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I tried this recipe yesterday as soon as I saw it, and it was delicious  crispy, flavorful little morsels! I bought extra kale today to make some more. Thank you for posting it!

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Love it - thanks. :)

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Not very well. But then you have Kale Chip Crispies to sprinkle on your salad!

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Hmmm - sounds interesting and very creative. How do they hold up for traveling?

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