Winter Kale Chips

You can buy kale all year long, but it is in season from the winter until the early spring: It is a form of cabbage and related to cauliflower and broccoli!
  1. Wash the kale in a colander; drain until mostly dry.

  2. Rip the leaves off of the stem into bite-sized pieces and put into a good-sized pan or baking sheet.

  3. Drizzle a healthy amount of olive oil over the leaves, and then mix until all the leaves are coated. (You can use your hands for this!)

  4. Sprinkle salt over the leaves and bake in a 350 degree oven. Check on the kale and stir every five minutes or so; since it's thin, it can burn very easily! It is done when the leaves are thin and crispy but not brown. Let cool slightly and enjoy!