Chips are something I almost never buy. The cost is astronomical for what you get in terms of quantity, quality, and the plain old lack of anything worthwhile. And the trans fats? Do we even need to go there?
In the interest of satisfying a little "salt-tooth" and using up what we had, I encouraged TMax to make his own chips.
The person who wanted the chips to begin with turned up his nose for a while, until these started disappearing very quickly!
I've heard it said that if you want to eat something "bad" you should make it yourself. In this case, far fewer chips were eaten than if I had bought a big bag of them. When we make donuts, we eat more than if we bought them, although they don't have questionable ingredients.
Now, these appeared to be a bit greasy (we used EVOO), and they were, but I'm of the belief that fat is not only not bad for us, but actually good for us.
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