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  1. Trish @ MyBigFatBundt

    Oh, Amber. You’re a lucky girl. :-) I’m DYING to go to Martha’s Vineyard. And I LOVE the East Coast and anything near it…NY, Boston, D.C., Baltimore…any little island floating off in the water. Love it all. Your classes sound like so much fun. The more I hear of your adventures (and read about your past schooling), the more I want to take classes, too! (Outside of pastry arts…) But it will have to wait…

    I saw you on TV, just clicked on the channel in time. You looked beautiful and very calm. I would be nervous and start talking so fast, lol. The kale chips sound so yummy. I’m going to wait until I have the funds to invest in a dehydrator (I don’t like them out of the oven so well…probably user error…) before I make them. But the cashew/caramel-ish/apple sauce…I’d probably dip my apples, or pretty much anything, in that. :-)

    Have a wonderful trip and much-needed relaxing vacay.

  2. Kelly (@LeafynotBeefy)

    These are going to be the next kale chips I make!!!! They sound sooooo good! I don’t have any dried apples, but I’m assuming they are critical and that you can’t substitute nondried apples?

    ~Kelly
    http://www.leafynotbeefy.com

  3. Dede Stoykova

    Hi, Amber, I just tried the basic naked Kale chips, and OMG, it really works! It is as crunchy and melt in your mouth as it can get! Who knew kale had such a pleasant side; because it is hard to enjoy it in a fresh juice or cooked as much as in chips! Thank you for that, and I will sure try the other varieties.

  4. Bobbie {the vegan crew}

    Nice job this morning! I’ve never had sweet kale chips, so this sounds really interesting. The apple coating looks so good though that it may not even make it onto the kale :)

  5. Katherine Natalia @ Green Thickies

    Hi Amber. These Kale Chips look amazing. I love sweet kale chips and I use different kale chip recipes from your book all the time. They are the only kale chips I’ve ever tried in the oven that have actually worked really well. I love your book. Thank you so much. I really like your new domain name too.

    I just wanted to let you know that I’ve featured you in my Top 8 Vegan Blogs list. http://www.greenthickies.com/8-best-vegan-blogs-vegan-recipes If you like it I would love it if you could share this with your Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter?

    Many thanks

    From a big fan, Katherine

  6. Hannah

    You sound terrifically confident, Amber, and really comfortable/in your element. It shines, and thereby makes you shine even more.

    Wish I could’ve been at the retreat! Can’t wait to hear about it :) xoxo

  7. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I love anything apple, so these look like my sort of kale chips :) And congratulations on the TV appearance! Have a great vacation now :)

  8. Playful and Hungry

    This is awesome! Your cinnamom apple coating looks so good… I am not sure wether it would make it’s way to the chips! I guess I could just eat it on it’s own!

  9. amber

    Hi Amber,

    Wow, so much going on. So excited for you. How fun to be on TV, but I’m sure it nerve-wracking. Have a great trip.

    And these kale chips look just amazing. My kids happen to LOVE kale chips and this variation looks like it was made for little ones. :-)

    So awesome.

    Hugs,
    –Amber

    P.S. Look forward to your new site.

  10. urbanvegan

    These look great, Amber. Unlike you, tho’, I’m not a fan of fall.

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