No Flavor ie Plain the way to go, 2 ingredients
I don't recommend going "hog wild" @ 1 sitting, as the sodium from table salt, as others have stated is high, & that "normal" table salt also includes very small amounts of dextrose as an anti-caking agent, so these factors don't make these the ultimate & very best snack, but it is still pretty high on my list! Bacon is pretty salty too, so when I eat these or other uber-salty foods I just limit or avoid adding any other salt that day. Unless its a sweltering, heat-wavy summer day(s).
I do buy them from the very nearby dollar store, The Dollar Tree for .99/bag the cheapest & easiest close-to-primal snack when I'm out and about. Good to keep in my backpack or my car when hunger hits, but they can be somewhat addictive, so I often refrain from buying more than 1 bag at a time, ha.
Will have to try them as a part of a pie/quiche crust or as a creative breading soon, as I'm trying to greatly reduce my former stand-bys: almond crusts & walnut crusts mixed w/ coconut flakes.
I'm moving into a tighter phase of reducing/eliminating the extra O6 sources in my diet. See how I feel on less O6s. I only eat grass-fed beef, liver & wild fishes but I do tend to go hog wild at times with nuts. And even when I don't go wild with them, they are still in my diet. Almonds, always sprouted overnight, were my thing for a long long time (years), then walnuts were my darlings since I heard they were highest in O3s. Now I'd like to rein in those guys & lose my lil belly roll & put on another 10 lbs of muscle this summer. Just finished a 48 hr water fast a few days ago & I'm ready for a change.
[QUOTE=DashFire;876563]Yes - Go hog wild!
Just double check the ingredients to make sure they don't list veggie oil or other crappy stuff (especially the flavored ones). Also, I'm told they can be crushed up and used as breading for fish, chicken, etc. But haven't tried it yet.
Hmmm, cheap crunchy salty snack, with the following nutritional profile vs. potato chips, YES PLEASE...
1oz Clancy's (Aldi Brand) Wavy Potato Chips
- 10g Fat
- 16g Carbs
- 2g Protein
1oz Clancy's Original Pork Rinds
- 10g Fat
- 0g Carbs
- 16g Protein
JWBooth is spot-on though regarding the sodium, which can be 3-4 times that of potato chips. Which I find surprising, because these didnt actually taste salty at all to me, despite being rather high in sodium.[/QUOTE]