I was in the mood for something salty and crunchy the other day and happened upon these chips at Whole Foods. I like beets, and I like sweet potatoes, and I like chips, so it was a no brainer that I would like these. Best of all, they're sort of good for you. Of course, if you eat the whole bag, you might not feel great. And you're potty will turn a pretty shade of red, which might cause you to think you've got some internal bleeding going on. But then you'll remember all those beets you just snarfed in the form of chips, and you will calm down and take note that perhaps next time you shouldn't eat ALL of the chips, just MOST of them.
Also, they're a bit pricey, so you probably won't be buying them every day. But I hear you can make them at home, which makes me want to buy a mandoline, one of those kitchen gadgets that slices stuff super thin. You need some time too, for all that slicing and then the baking. But I wonder. If you make these yourself, are you less inclined to eat too many of them, seeing as it took you so long to make them? That's what I call food for thought.