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March 23, 2010

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Kaylynne

(I'm trying to catch up on all your blog posts since I've been glued to textbooks for the past month :P)

I just wanted to let ya know that just cause making potato chips takes a while, doesn't mean you'll eat them any slower.
I know this for a fact because last year I enjoyed making my own sea salt and malt vinegar potato chips using the microwave (according to the articles I read about this method on the internet, it can actually dehydrate the chips a little better than a conventional oven - and everyone knows you can believe everything you read on the internet! :P) -- They took forever to make (partially because I didn't have a mandolin slicer and had to slice them one by one very carefully and very thinly using a knife which, thanks to Mom's fear of slicing off fingers, was dull and partially because you have to work with every single slice - rather than a machine chopping, rinsing, baking and seasoning them in a super short amount of time or all in one go) but between my snacking on them and my family snacking on them, by the time I'd finished making a batch, what I'd produced was completely gone.

...I do love me some chips tho!

shelby

I have tried them and I liked the sweet potato ones. I bought a bag of them for fourth of July once...they were red, white and blue. I don't remember what veggies each was made of...beets, white potatoes and blue potatoes, maybe? But no one ate the red ones so I never got that kind again. I had the fruit ones once too, now THOSE were also a yummy treat!

Lisa

I own a mandoline! If you ever want try making some of these tasty treats you are welcome to use it. All I require is a small sample of your labors in return:)

MaryB

Hmmm...we've made sweet potato chips before but we've never tried beets. We do like the sweet potato ones because we can season them however we like. Red potty would be startling.

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