Have to add my 2 cents here! Read all the reviews last nite. Washed dinosaur (lacinato, tuscan) kale ahead of time so it was completely dry, tore into potato chip size pieces, tossed with 1 t (not 1 T)olive oil, couple pinches of creole seasoning, and a healthy amount of nutritional yeast (for the cheesy umami flavor). Squished it around with my hands to coat everything evenly. Using insulated pans, first batch took 12 min; once the pans were hot just about 10 min at just slightly below 350. Perfection! My garden is giving me kale like crazy, so I made 4 2 pan batches. At $6 for a small bag of kale chips at the store, I have about $60 worth!
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Have to add my 2 cents here! Read all the reviews last nite. Washed dinosaur (lacinato,...