Losing weight with taste!

I think Kale is the only vegetable I prefer cooked than raw. Kale chips are the easiest to cook and they taste amazing. Here is the simplest recipe I’ll ever post, and it’s still one of my favorites:

Buy Kale as much as you want, wash it and let it dry (remove as much as possible the moisture), Tear the leaves in pieces, sprinkle them with olive oil and salt and toss them in the oven for 8-10 minutes at 500. I love them and they’re healthy! they’re family of broccoli so they’re full in nutrition.

Another food I love are lentils, I think if they’re cooked right they can be a great plus they last long in the fridge so, as long as you warm them up, they can taste almost as if you had just made them.

You can’t go wrong with lentils… I swear!!!

So in this recipe, I diced some bacon and cooked it, meanwhile dice some onions, green onions, tomatoes, Habanero peppers, tomatoes and put them in the pan with the bacon (if you don’t like bacon, or can’t eat them… that’s fine….don’t use it. Cook everything until they get brown and through the lentils, let them cook for a little, when you don’t feel like standing there watching the lentils cook… add water. (I’d say 4 times the amount of lentils – so if you added 1 cup of lentils, then add 4 cups of water.) Cover the pot and let them cook at medium fire and keep trying them until the lentils have the texture you like. and DONE! A great healthy meal.

(The reason I don’t add amounts it’s because in this recipe, the more you add the more the lentils will taste. Think of the vegetables you like, and add them to the recipe, why not? )

I eat this before going swimming. I’m sure I’ll be sore tomorrow. 

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