This is everything you could ever want in a dinner – easy to make, easy to clean up, and insanely delicious. Even when I try to make more for leftovers, we never have any. Blake likes his fajitas on grain-free taco shells but I like to eat mine over a bed of massaged kale. Not joking. If you’ve never heard of massaging kale before, you’re missing out. My sister taught me this little trick – whether you buy chopped kale or you shred it yourself, put it in a big mixing bowl and layer a couple tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil over it. Then get your hands dirty and toss the kale around the bowl for a few minutes until it literally, right before your eyes, will start to break down and soften. You’ll be able to see and feel the difference – it loses some of the volume but still remains hearty. I then salt it and generously add the fajitas, crushed cassava chips, and salsa for a truly unforgettable and nutritious salad.