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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Not Just a Corn Chip

I am always trying new and delicious things, so naturally I thought I should make a series devoted to sharing my extra yummy finds with you. These are the products that are so tasty, I feel like I would be committing a crime if I didn't let out their secret! MUAHAHAHAHAHA. I believe that no one should be left in the dark when it comes to food so good it makes me do the "Yummy Jig" (a dance in which you sway and wiggle your shoulders while releasing expressions of happiness like "m-m-m", "yummmm" and "gooooddddnessss". I hope these products will prove to unleash your inner Yummy Jig.

When I first tasted Have'a Corn Chips, I was in High School and had them in my packed lunch box everyday. Yes I had packed lunches in High School, I went to a hippie school remember? Read Childhood Cravings for more info.

I would like to say they are healthy. I mean the ingredients are Corn, Soybean oil, Soy Sauce, and a dash of lime. That's it. The simplicity is really what makes it so special. However, eating a whole bag of anything is probably not healthy and this is what happens when Have'a chips are in the house. The light flavor of the soy sauce with the lime is heavenly and addicting. They are great with salsa, bean dip, cheese, whatever, but I love them best in their pure form- straight out of the bag and into my mouth.

WARNING: May cause childish behavior like arguments over who gets to suck the last crumbs from the bag.

Price: $ 1.69 a bag
Where to purchase: Health food stores, Wholefoods, and online at Natural Grocers

6 comments:

  1. Those are the best. Thanks for reminding me Spoondle!

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  2. Saw your profile on food buzz. Glad I read your blog. Look forward to following you here. Cheers!

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  3. They sound wonderful!! I do love my corn chips, reminds of my youth when my grandmother would fry up tortilla's....sigh...But I don't think I'll find them New Jersey.

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  4. Thank you for the kind words Lazaro! I looked at your blog and saw some delicious recipes. I love that you are focusing on sustainable and local foods. Can't wait to prepare your recipes at home :)

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  5. I know what you mean, freshly prepared chips are always the best. Perhaps these will come in as a close 2nd :)

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  6. I live in So. Cal. also and I absolutely love these chips, and you are right, they are best in their pure form right out of the bag! I am glad that I found you on Foodbuzz, I look forward to following your posts.

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