This my favorite way to get in tons of greens: Kale “chips”
In case you didn’t know, kale is one kick-ass green, better than spinach, which is why it’s a main ingredient of Biotest’s <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/supplements/superfood.jsp"target=“new”>Superfood.
Here’s how to make a tough leafy green into a crisp chip:
Place kale onto a baking sheet; use a thin layer and multiple pans if making a big batch. I cover my baking sheets with parchment paper for easy clean-up.
Spray with a little olive oil (not Pam, straight olive oil is better.)
Add salt and pepper.
Place in an unheated oven. Heat oven with kale in it to 300 degrees.
Now, keep an eye on it. Take it out when it starts to brown and crisp up. The time varies depending on your oven and the amount of kale you have, so just watch it. It’ll be roughly 20 minutes.
Eat by the handful or add to other foods. I use mine to top stews.