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Lemon-Roasted Salmon with Asparagus, Kale and Potatoes

Anna Stockwell

My favorite use for Kale. As a hardly Ornamental

Waffles won’t give you Hyperkalemia.


It seems that you can indeed eat too much Kale.  I had to run to WebMD to track down Hyperkalemia but here it is, quoted directly:
         “Hyperkalemia is a medical condition associated with high amounts of potassium in your blood. Hyperkalemia symptoms may include muscle weakness, fatigue, diarrhea and chest pain. If you are consuming too much kale through your juice diet and you are diagnosed with hyperkalemia, your doctor may recommend a low-potassium diet. Along with kale, other foods to avoid on a low-potassium diet include potatoes, oranges, orange juice, broccoli and spinach.”
         Well you sure won’t catch us eating too much Kale.  However, moderation in all things means you can enjoy this gorgeous –and healthy- salad at least once a month! It’s very simple to make. You bake the fish, steam the vegetables, whisk the salad dressing together, combine the ingredients, shower them with crumbled Feta Cheese and Voilà!  Here is the recipe:

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