Goldbaum's Multigrain Quinoa Crisps Onion & Garlic
Taste test: These round crisps looked a lot like Popchips, with wiggly surfaces and a medium beige color. Quinoa was just one of several grains used to make the chips, as it was listed in the ingredients after two kids of rice flour, plus corn, flaxseed, potato and teff flour.
We crunched in to find a good crispness and fairly strong crunch, with an unusual but tasty mix of flavors. It didn't seem much like the standard onion and garlic seasoning, so the mix of conventional and exotic grains might have affected the taste as well. The result was tasty and filling, pretty good!
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Smell test: Mild onion smell.
From the package: “Be Free®” ... “GMO Free + Preservative Free + Trans Fat Free + MSG Free + Additive Free” ... “Got Sprue? Don't eat the glue” ... “Go ahead and snack to your heart's content, with these light and crispy multigrain crisps, made with the goodness of protein-rich quinoa, plus brown rice, wholegrain corn, flaxseed, and teff.”
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Company: Goldbaum's Natural Food Co.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ocean State Job Lot. Review published .
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