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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:19 am 
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The only crisps that still have a place in my heart are Kettle's ridge crisps with salt & malt vinegar.

Unfortunately I can only get them like once a year, and the only half-decent substitute I can get around here are regular Kettle's with sea salt & balsamico...

It's just not the same.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:49 am 
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My favorite chips are Cape Cod Kettle chips. Any of the vegan flavors are good, although plain chips suit me just fine too.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 6:07 am 
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I almost never eat chips because once I start I can't stop, but yeah, we always bring a bag of the PC "Loads Of" ketchup chips to the cottage. Every centimeter of them is coated in thick ketchup seasoning. Mmm!

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oh yeah and chilli heatwave doritos are good too.

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Many moons ago, I found vegan sriracha chips at Superstore, and they were so good.

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DrakeRedcrest wrote:
Many moons ago, I found vegan sriracha chips at Superstore, and they were so good.

WHOA.


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Lately I can't stop eating sweet potato tortilla chips, they're so bloody good!

I used to be obsessed (obsessed I tell ya!) with dill pickle chips pregan, I haven't check if they're vegan since I know no good can come from it.

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 Post subject: Re: The Chip/Crisp Thread
PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:12 am 
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DrakeRedcrest wrote:
Many moons ago, I found vegan sriracha chips at Superstore, and they were so good.


WHAT?! I shop at Superstore every Sunday. I'm gonna look for them.

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 Post subject: Re: The Chip/Crisp Thread
PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 11:29 am 
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I love crispy foods! So I'll pretty much eat any chip or crisp that is vegan and gluten free. Yesterday I found Skinny Sicks in the store. Let me tell you, the Sweet Potato taste like little Churros! They are so gooooooood! I think other than the cheddar obviously they are all vegan, but not all are gluten free.

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There's a dollar store in town that carries Onyums. They're like Funyuns, but vegan!

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Holy effing crepe, I need to find those!!! I wonder if my dollar store carries them...

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j-dub wrote:
You should take Arisaig's advice and get the President's Choice loads of ketchup chips. They're rippled and have way more flavouring than Old Dutch. They're AMAZING!

I have seen them and am a bit afraid of them. They might be too ketchupy for me! I think I like a typical amount of ketchup seasoning, but not necessarily extra. I will try them next time I'm at Loblaws.

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i'm a munchos freak. they're salty enough to actually hurt my mouth, which is apparently all i really need in a chip.


Yes! These! My mom can't stand them, which is weird because she loves salt, but I will destroy a big bag of these. So delicious.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:11 pm 
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I would probably live off nothing but chips/crisps if I could get Trader Joe's Baked Onion Rings (or Snack-O's or whatever they call them now), Walker's Prawn Cocktail, and/or any ketchup chips at all. And dill pickle chips. Ugh, I love chips.

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I'm not a big fan of potato chips. . . I don't dislike them, but could take or leave them. Corn chips, on the other hand, are amazing. Flavored, just plain salted, blue corn, white corn, yellow corn, strips, rounds, whatever. . . I love them all. Also, banana chips and plantain chips are the best ever.

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I had salt and vinegar Pringles today because they were the only vegan option that hadn't expired at the really shady convenience store near my work...they were shockingly unsatisfying. Once I popped I really had no problem stopping.

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Chilli Kettle chips are the only chips worth eating. They stopped making them for a little while when they tried to make fancier flavours, and they replaced it with non-vegan sweet chilli and sour cream or some shiitake. Australia was outraged and demanded that normal chilli chips be brought back. The entire country cared more about this issue than anything going on in politics or whatever, and in an unparalleled display of people power, we got the chips back.


My tastebuds are thanking you for this information right now.

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baps wrote:

Also, I love the flame grilled steak ridged kettle chips. They always seem to be on special for about £1 for a big bag and they are so freaking good.


Agreed, these are truly amazing. I love anything that's ridged for my pleasure.

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I love anything that's ridged for my pleasure.

hehe (wang).

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I have a friend with a gluten allergy recommend this chips called 'popcorners'. I bought a bag and ate the entire thing. They were so stinkin' good. She told me to try the kettle flavored ones, I can't buy them again.....*hanging head in shame*.


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NicolePSU wrote:
I have a friend with a gluten allergy recommend this chips called 'popcorners'. I bought a bag and ate the entire thing. They were so stinkin' good. She told me to try the kettle flavored ones, I can't buy them again.....*hanging head in shame*.


Oh yum, I had these the last time I flew jet blue. They gave them out for free. Also had the blue Terra Chips. NOM. so good. I love jet blue. Free chips! I am cheap, I had a meal of chips and nuts. I didn't have to spend $$ on any food on the plane. And they were awesome chips!

I also love popchips. The sweet potato thai chilli are my favorites, but hard to find. Also like the salt and vinegar and salt and pepper ones. The plain are also good.

The trader joe's reduced guilt sea salt pita chips are my favorite pita chips ever. They are really light and crispy. I also love their baked BBQ chips. (think they may have changed the recipe to non-vegan though so check the label. sadface)

I used to HATE chips. I worked as a cashier in a car wash for about a year and ate chips every day. Like a few bags every day. Got totally burned out on them for a few years. Now I am back to loving them. Which is good for me, when I travel often times all I can find to eat in shitty small airports is trail mix and chips.

Bag of chips + nuts + beer = not a terrible vegan airport meal.


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Also, are Old Dutch Dill Pickle vegan? If so, when I get back to Canada I'm going to mate with those.

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i've always been a BBQ flavor kind of girl.

(also, remember tato skins? i hadn't seen those in a long time.)

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i've always been a BBQ flavor kind of girl.

(also, remember tato skins? i hadn't seen those in a long time.)


are tato skins still a thing? i want them right now!

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