These dark green kale leaves were beautiful when I picked them up at the Glendale Farmers’ Market near our new home, but wow, did they look crazy amazing after being doused in their spirulina-Vitamineral green coating! The above photo represents my first-ever attempt to make dehydrated kale chips with an algae coating. The Spirulina Junkie and I agreed that the recipe was a huge success.
I am pretty sure you’ll want to make these immediately. Here is the recipe:
Raw Spirulina-Garlic Kale Chips (Serves 1-3, can be easily doubled)
2 Tbs Hemp seeds
1 Tbs Spirulina
1/4 cup cashews
1/4 cup Lemon juice
1 Tbs Miso
1 tsp garlic powder or 1 clove raw garlic
1 tsp Vitamineral green
1/8 cup water
Vitamix all ingredients except the kale. Coat the kale evenly, using your fingers to get into all the little leaf grooves and so the kale is well-covered in topping. Dehydrate for 4-6 hours. Enjoy.
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