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(NPR)   Why are there so many different flavors of potato chips? Because their manufacturers are essentially drug pushers trying to get you addicted to endless experimentation   (npr.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Addiction, Lay's, investigative reporter Michael Moss, Nutrition, Brain, Food Giants, Taste, Potato chip  
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2021-03-04 10:40:04 PM  

FormlessOne: Rent Party: Been on keto for a while, so chips are right out.  Salty crunchy fat is my Achilles heel, so I simply don't buy chips of any sort, and substitute in nuts and chicharrons.   Those are starting to come out in a variety of flavors now, too.

But no salt and vinegar.   I would kill for a salt and vinegar almond or macadamia nut.

Hot and spicy pork rinds are one of my go-to snacks, as well.


I have to watch myself, lest I don't plug an artery with those things.  The chili roasted pistachios are bomb, too.
 
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