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An healthy alternative to chips,  you’ll get hooked on those crispy Truffle kale chips. The recipe is a no brainer, wash, season and simply dehydrate kale leaves until dry. If you are looking for a healthy snack, this is a great one. A great alternative to chips while watching a movie. The trick here is to get a good fresh truffle olive oil and some truffle salt, a touch of pepper and mix well. Once dehydrated, the kale chips can be preserve for quite a long time, you can eat them by themselves or to give some crunch to a salad or even an omelette. In other word, always a nice thing to keep around in the kitchen. If you are more of a spicy lover,  then check out my other recipe of Spicy Espelette Kale Chips recipe. Health benefits Kale has a whole lot of iron in it and many other vitamins,…

Omg! those are sooo pretty, but they taste pretty much the same as normal white potato chips, with perhaps an extra nuttiness to it… It’s actually a variety of potato called “Vitelotte” originally from Peru. I did some research and apparently the purple potato is an excellent antioxidant, helps lower blood pressure and has that same famous compound also found in blueberries and pomegranates, anthocyanin. A cancer killer and immunity booster! So jump on those chips! Olive oil Frying with olive oil isn’t unhealthy… that’s a myth. How else would you explain that Spanish people are the 2nd healthiest and longest living population on earth? They are the biggest consumer of olive oil and they love to fry, confit, marinade and just eat it plain with bread with it… it’s everywhere! The most important is not to over heat the olive oil  when frying with it, never over 190C° (375F) for extra-virgin olive oil. But…

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