It’s amazing that farmers can make this out of kale chips. Most things impress me, and this big stalk of kale is blowing my mind right now. I don’t know if some genius meticulously glued together a bunch of kale chips or stretched a single chip out into this leafy shape you see before you, but whoever did it deserves an award. A big award. The Nobel Peace Prize or something of equal value.
British author Arthur C. Clarke wisely stated that “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic“. Arthur and author sound remarkably similar. The man was destined to write books. Anyway, that quote describes what I am seeing here perfectly. I cannot tell if this kale is some kind of sorcery or a new technology that nearly dips into the realm of science fiction.
One has to wonder just how the farmers pulled off this innovate breakthrough. My best guess is that they used one of their iconic tools in the process, but which could it be? The hoe? The plow? The fabled tractor? The possibilities make my mind soar and my heart tremble.
This whole kale business has me so giddy that I know I won’t be able to sleep at night until I figure out how farmers make it. This is problematic because without sleep you die. I want to get to the bottom of this mystery but Google Maps found no results for kale farm. And as they say, if Google doesn’t know then nobody knows. So it looks like this is one mystery that will remain unsolved. I am screaming internally.