How to use kale chips to keep your arteries healthy

kale chips are a great way to make healthier, healthier choices for your body and mind.

With their antioxidant properties, kale chips help keep your blood vessels healthy, which is one of the reasons why they are used by so many people to reduce their risk of heart disease.

You can make them by roasting kale in a skillet or frying them in a pan with butter, oil or a vegetable stock.

You will need about 4 cups of kale chips.

You could also make your own, using the nutritional yeast and nutritional yeast extract that you can find in the package.

To prepare kale chips, preheat your oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

Next, cut a circle into 1-inch pieces.

Place the cut pieces on the baking sheet and bake until golden brown, about 15 minutes.

Drain the kale chips from the water and pat them dry.

While they are still wet, chop the kale into smaller pieces.

Now, place the chopped kale into a bowl and combine the shredded kale with the nutritional butter and nutritional dry yeast extract.

Blend until it is thoroughly combined.

Put the kale pieces into a blender and add the remaining ingredients and blend until smooth.

To serve, place a tablespoon of the kale mixture onto a serving plate, top with more kale chips and drizzle with extra nutritional yeast.

Recipe Notes You can buy nutritional yeast at health food stores, but the best nutritional yeast is a package of 100 packets.

You may want to make your kale chips ahead of time to make sure they are all ready to eat.