|Unsalted Potato Chips|
I know it sounds crazy, but I REALLY like unsalted potato chips. Truth be told, I actually like them better than the regular salted kind. They just taste so potato-ey. Years ago, I loved the idea of potato chips, but the actual experience never lived up to my expectations. After a couple of handfuls, my mouth started burning. It was the salt. Way too much.
I cannot imagine ever eating full salt potato chips again. I’ve tried Lay’s Lightly Salted potato chips. They have only 50% salt compared to the regular chips. As far as I’m concerned, they taste just fine. I can’t fathom why anyone would want more salt.
But back to the unsalted chips. I’m able to get both Kettle and Tim’s Cascade Style unsalted potato chips at my local grocery stores. The Kettle brand is a bit thicker than regular grocery store potato chips. The only downside is that they tend to get a bit greasy/oily near the bottom of the bag. It helps to store the bags upside down to distribute the oil better. Tim’s chips are super crunchy and thicker too. They’re also reduced fat, so they're not oily.
Whenever I shop, I pick up a couple of bags of whichever brand the store carries. Having a handful of crispy, crunchy potato chips makes even a so-so sandwich lunch something special. Throw in a Healthy Heart Market dill pickle, and there's no reason to complain about missing salt.
|Chips & a pickle make a humble fried egg sandwich special!|
I know other brands are out there, so look for them. I’d love to hear about what you’re able to purchase.