Kale is a leafy green than can be a bit fiberous to eat if you just steam it -- much like spinach, you are right. Even chopped spinach, like in dips, etc., can be too fiberous for some of us - esp if eaten in too large a quantity. (Been there, done that! Like when you go to dinner and you are starved, and the dips are sitting out first.... oh my! I do love it in dips too.) But once it is blended and no longer "stringy", you should be fine. Like I said, try a bit at a time. It may even help thick things up a little. I like to eat a banana with my breakfast cuz I love coffee in the morning. Even tho it is decaf (& I use a lot of rich 1/2 & 1/2), it does run through rather quickly. But when I eat the banana with my bagel or whatever, it seems to naturally slow it down. It is just all a trial and error experience cuz each person is a bit different as you know. If in doubt, check with us, try just a bit at a time and keep increasing the amount as you feel comfortable.
EWWWW - sheep insides. yuk-pooey! Ralph, how did you know Haggis? Are you Scottish? Do you have some Scottish heritage?
A Scottish dish consisting of a mixture of the minced heart, lungs, and liver of a sheep or calf mixed with suet, onions, oatmeal, and seasonings and boiled in the stomach of the slaughtered animal.
MMMMMM - hummus I love, esp with hot grilled pita bread to spread it on!!!! I used to walk to this little Greek restaurant about 6 blocks from where I worked for lunch about every other day. I'd get a large order of hummus and pita. In fact, that was where I wanted to go for my BD dinner out! And you are right, they do thicken up output, but the garlic smell is pretty pungent... use your M9 drops!!!