Vegan, gluten free, raw


No. No no no no no.

Pumpkin spice Kandy Kale.

 

Comments

  1. footface says

    I would never buy kale chips just because they’re so easy to make myself. (Although I don’t know about the pumpkin spice. And I don’t get the big deal about raw foods either.)

    I’m footface, and I’m a vegan who likes kale.

  2. Erica says

    It’s raw, right, so they aren’t chips. They’re probably just dehydrated. So it’s a bag of chewy dehydrated salad with cinnamon and nutmeg in it.

    I could make this myself for a fraction of the cost. Not that I want to.

  3. Erica says

    And it’s made with coconut palm sugar! Which we know is way better than that toxic crap from sugar cane.

  4. sambarge says

    I’m footface, and I’m a vegan who likes kale.

    I’m Sambarge. I’m not a vegan or vegetarian and I love kale. It’s gotten to the point that I have to hide it in my shopping cart for fear of being found out. Always loved kale, though. It’s not a fad!

  5. Josh, Official SpokesGay says

    Hate the marketing (I mean, it’s like a parody of white person trap) but kale is fantastic. Cooked, stewed, sauteed, baked into crisp chips. I feel that way about most dark greens.

  6. lorn says

    Probably okay … if you use it to garnish a dish of fried apple smoked bacon, and wash it down with a nice cold lager.

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