'Kale Chips' graffiti turns up in Park Slope

Graffiti about a popular health snack is popping up on buildings in Park Slope. The phrase "Kale Chips" has been turning heads and leaving many

It's not yet clear exactly who is behind

It's not yet clear exactly who is behind the graffiti.

BROOKLYN - Graffiti about a popular health snack is popping up on buildings in Park Slope. 

The phrase "Kale Chips" has been turning heads and leaving many people wondering what the graffiti is all about. 

Kale chips involve baking kale leaves for a crispy, green junk food alternative. 

It's not yet clear exactly who is behind the graffiti. 

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