I think we can all agree: popped chips are in.
I recently received some samples of Popped Edamame Chips from Crunchmaster,
These chips definitely sport the edamame flavor. Â They are very light and airy (well, they are air popped!). Â It took me a few chips in, but they definitely grow on you. Â For the Sea Salt type, I found that if you really want to taste the salt, you need to eat it with the inside of the curve touching your tongue.
Martin tried the Wasabi Soy first. Â He’s much more into the spicy things than I am. Â His great pearl of wisdom for me was that you can really taste the wasabi on the ones that are more powdery. Â (Delete sarcastic comment here :/ )
As for me, I found out something extremely important: wasabi and I do not get along. Â For the record, the only time I’ve ever tried wasabi was at a sushi restaurant and I thought I was going to die. Â I think my friends Tara, Monica, and Kat would really enjoy them.
Martin and Carter used the Wasabi Soy chips to eat their rather thick taco soup, while Corice and I enjoyed the Sea Salt version. Â They have a nice scooped shape that is great for dipping.
Crunchmaster Popped Edamame Chips are certified gluten-free and GMO-free. Â They have 3 grams of protein per 18-chip serving.
So, how many of you join Martin and Carter in enjoying the wasabi?