For once in my life I don’t feel like I can’t put a sentence together. The tone of the voice in my head perfectly matches what I want my blog posts to sound like.
But I have nothing to talk about.
I’m just over halfway through the Whole Life Challenge, I’m at either circus or dance every day of the week, work has been super busy, and I haven’t left Vancouver since Christmas.
The only things I can tell you about are my obsession with greeting cards and these kale chips I made.
I know. Kale chips. I feel like a total let-down. I’m sorry.
one bunch curly kale
coarse sea salt
Wash the kale, and tear it into small-ish pieces. Get rid of the thick part of the stem. Pat them dry and let them sit on paper towels for a few hours – any leftover water will steam them in the oven and they won’t be crispy.
Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. Rub olive oil into the kale, and then spread them out on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Sprinkle with coarse sea salt.
Bake for about 15-20 minutes; you want them to be crispy (pull them out and touch them to see if they’re ready, just be careful not to burn yourself) but not brown on the edges – that means they’ve burnt. Mine took 18 minutes.