Chips has always been a major weakness for me. For awhile, I was doing so well, mostly by avoiding the chip aisle at the store. Then one fateful day, I absentmindedly took a shortcut through said aisle only to come eye-level with Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips. Ranch flavor. And they’re vegan.
Oh dear. I was tempted and now addicted.
At first bite, I was indecisive over whether or not I like these chips. A couple more bites later and I definitely like them. The flavor is very ranch-like but the chip itself seems thinner than the ranch tortilla chips that I remember pre-vegan. That’s not actually a quibble, it’s more of an observation.
Like regular potato chips, it’s very easy to eat the whole bag in one go (not that I’m saying I did that). The bag is not that big (who am I kidding?). I thought about making a dip for the chips but before I knew it, the chips were all gone (now you know). I don’t feel too guilty about it though, the chips are made from a blend of black and navy beans and long grain rice. They’re gluten-free, corn-free, sugar-free and non-GMO.
And just to torment me further, there’s also a nacho flavor of the Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips. While the taste is reminiscent of a nacho chip, it doesn’t actually taste like one of those bright neon orange tortilla chips. Which I’m kinda glad it doesn’t, the Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips are good in their own tasty, alright-so-I-ate-the-whole-bag-myself kind of way.
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