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    Talking Grok has a snack named after him?

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    Has anyone else seen these?

    GROK

    They consist of one ingredient - cheese. They're oven baked so no oils of any sort. I saw the name on them and couldn't resist, so I bought two bags. They're actually really good, although quite expensive... 5.99 for a bag. Has anyone else tried them? I think the name is quite amusing.

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    That is awesome!!!!!!

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    In in Italy ill look for them next time I go to the store.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Techie View Post
    In in Italy ill look for them next time I go to the store.
    They look/sound good. Let us know how they taste
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    It sounds like a variation on frico.

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    I tried them, they taste excellent. Very sharp cheese. My mom was muttering about trying to make them herself, but I don't think it could be done without an industrial oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    It sounds like a variation on frico.
    Hey, that is similar! I'll have to print that off and try it sometime.

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    So I went to a bar last night and saw the work Crok, thinking it was Grok I ate a bunch of corn chips (Fritos)...


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    So, no one else has ever made Parmesan cheese crisps by shredding some off a block, putting it in a hot skillet, and heating it until it browns a bit before?
    Or putting it in the oven on parchment paper...

    Cheese crisps.

    A million variations... crack some pepper in it before cooking.
    Parmesan pepper crisps. etc.
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