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    Refrigeration needed?

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    I made a huge batch of kale chips tonight as the kale was getting oldish. There is more than I care to eat in one night. Do the leftovers need to be refrigerated? I dressed with only EVOO and salt.
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    I've left them on the cupboard out for several days and don't seem to have any issues.

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    I think they keep better out of the fridge than in. Inside there is too much moisture in the air. Makes them go soggy.

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    So how does one make kale chips anyway? It'll have to wait for more Kale since I used up my kale tonight but that sounds tasty!

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    Thanks, I will leave them out. I was worried about moisture from the fridge.

    Robin, thanks for the encouragement.

    Noctiluca, check out this link. http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...ome-Kale-Chips
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    Anyone have any ideas for how to make these salt-and-vinegar flavored? That's my favorite potato chip flavor, and my couple of attempts with plain kale chips have been good except for a slight vegetably taste that I'm not particularly fond of. I'm thinking salt-and-vinegar would cover that, but adding vinegar adds moisture which isn't good for making them crispy. Maybe I could bake the salt with vinegar in it and then add it after cooking?
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    Hi Lizch -

    I haven't tried these, but I came across this recipe today and thought of you.......

    http://www.elanaspantry.com/salt-and...ar-kale-chips/

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