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Sweet Miso Kale Chips (raw, vegan, gluten-free)

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Miso is usually a soy product. Personally, I use Chickpea miso since I am not supposed to have soy in the diet.  Each teaspoon of either one contains millions of active probiotic microorganisms and enzymes. Miso has a nutritious balance of natural carbohydrates, essential oils, minerals, vitamins, and protein of the highest quality, and contains all of the essential amino acids. Unpasteurized miso is a living fermented food containing a vast store of natural digestive enzymes, Lactobacillus, and other probiotic microorganisms, which aid in the digestion and assimilation of all foods. On top of this, because of its low pH, it…

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