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Bacon Braised Kale

September 23, 2016

Some recent eats:

 

Bananer drizzled with almond butter, a whole lotta cinnamon and cacao nibs
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A whole lot of EVERYTHING from Chickpea by me. I got half chicken/falafel with super greens and EVERY topping they offer. Plus hummus and all the sauces. Because it is friggin delicious. With a side of butternut squash soup in a mason jar. Mason jars have changed my life for reals.

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Some recent purchases to prepare for Halloween:

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I can’t wait to have Hocus Pocus on in the background for the entire month of October. AMUCK!

 

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How cute is this stuff? Target is seriously the bestest!!!

 

I’ve seen this Collagen Peptide container ALLL OVER INSTAGRAM. I did some research and thought I would give it a try. To learn more about it read their FAQs here. I’ll let you know my thoughts after I have taken it for a few weeks.

 

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And two new long sleeve LuluLemon tops. These are great to wear underneath sweaters to keep you warm or during a workout on a cold day. Loving this purple and black is always a good staple to have.

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For dinner I’ve been experimenting with side dishes to change it up a bit.

 

I love the collard greens at the Whole Foods hot bar, so I wanted to make my own take on it.

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Bacon Braised Kale
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Bacon Braised Kale
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Instructions
  1. Heat a large pot to medium.
  2. Add sliced bacon pieces and cook through.
  3. Leave the fat and bacon in the pot. Add two handfuls of kale. Stir.
  4. Add another two handfuls of kale. Stir.
  5. Add a splash of broth a little at a time.
  6. Add in the rest of the kale and broth. Add salt and pepper.
  7. Cook on low for 30 minutes.
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