I've had their avocado oil variety, they're pretty good and if I remember correctly, avocado oil is better for frying. The bags are small and the price is high though, so it's a very rare treat--I think I bought them twice in the span of a year, and only because my husband occasionally has a serious craving for chips and french onion dip (which I make myself since the store bought stuff all has MSG and other weirdness in it). Now that I have a mandoline, I'd like to try making sweet potato chips myself.
Or cut the potato variety thin, then shallow fry in coconut oil, then cover in salt.
They are pretty good.
[QUOTE=Cryptocode;1089363]Slice sweet potatoes on your mandolin.[/QUOTE]
I literally glanced at my mandolin sitting next to my fiddle. Uh, no, that's not gonna work. Ha ha.
[QUOTE=meeshar;1089384]I've had their avocado oil variety, they're pretty good[/QUOTE]
Of course they are good. They're potato chips. One of life's most delicious and perfect junk foods.
I also picked up some Avocado oil potato chips :) I am having difficulty with allergies, can't eat the nuts and dried fruits and many other good snack style food, these fit the bill occasionally.
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They seem like a good snack.
[QUOTE=sbhikes;1089496]Of course they are good. They're potato chips. One of life's most delicious and perfect junk foods.[/QUOTE]