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Food Should Taste Good-brand Chips

Anybody else a fan of their chips? I'm particularly taken by, uh all of them, and today I saw for the first time their kimchi tortilla chips. Quite amused to see cabbage listed as an ingredient for a US snack.

Also, I was surprised that there's no "Snacks" CH category. That could be a special diet though...

Jonathan
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  1. Update: oh, does that kimchi chip aftertaste linger. Hmm, those might be less of a priority now than their other chips, or I'll have to invest in a barrel of Listerine.

    1. I have tried a few of their flavors but haven't seen the kimchi flavor. I am intrigued! I will have to keep my eye out (and a stash of peppermint Altoids in my purse).

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      1. re: mels

        How about the jalapeño flavor?

        Just noticed that one today too (at an organic food store in Manhattan).

        1. re: BuildingMyBento

          Tried the jalapeño today. One, why are they beet-colored when they "should" be greenish? Two, barely any heat.

          Rather disappointed, but there are still plenty of winners.

      2. The sweet potato tortilla chips are good - unfortunately we bought the warehouse-sized bag and ate a lot of them...

        1. Just purchased multiple bags of their Multigrain chips on sale at Costco. These babies are awesome.

          1. Ahhhh- i love/hate these chips.....
            The sweet potato, olive, hemp seed (!!), and multigrain are all so good- well, for their very short lifespan, i hoover them within a day or so!