I just read the FUNNIEST article on slate.com which simply must be shared. But first, here’s a short blog I wrote last year about my addiction.
I have an addiction to kale.
Especially kale lightly sauteed with sliced almonds and organic dried cranberries, with just a drop of olive oil and a pinch of sea salt.
I eat it every day.
Sometimes twice a day.
Always with brown rice.
Can one eat too much kale?
Kale has calcium, vitamin D, and lots of other good stuff. How could anyone eat too much good stuff?
I worry every day that today will be THE day that I grow sick of eating kale.
What would replace it?
I guess it’s better to have an addiction to kale than to alot of other things.________________________________________________________________Well, you get the picture. I love kale. Now, I even drink it.Here’s the slate.com article that I truly wish I had written first: “The All-Kale Diet and How I Stopped Eating Anything Else.”I so get it.
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