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Two-of-a-Kind Kale Salad

Kale is one of my obsessions! I love kale in salads, smoothies, juices, as chips, and by itself! This particular kale salad uses two types of kale. I usually use a red kale, and the regular curly kale. Or, you can use the dinosaur black kale with the curly kale – you choose!

The rest of the ingredients are simple. Add a bunch of chopped baby broccoli, sunflower sprouts, 1-2 handfuls of heirloom baby tomatoes, 1T hemp seed, 1 cucumber peeled and chopped into small pieces, 1 red bell pepper seeded and chopped into pieces, a handful of pine nuts, a drizzle or two of Bragg’s Amino Acids, a drizzle of EVOO, sea salt and garlic powder to taste.

Take your two kinds of kale and break or chop into bite-size pieces. Add to a bowl. Add the remaining ingredients and mix them all up real well. Let sit for a few so the kale(s) can absorb the flavorings. Give it one more toss and serve it up. Yum-yum!!!



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