|Posted on Friday, October 23, 2009 - 8:27 am: || |
I'm on Day: 1 of no potato chips and corn chips.
I guess it makes no sense to be having 4-6 ounces of chips each day, and trying to make conclusions about other foods like cheese.
I bought some yams at the supermarket, and microwaved one for 9 minutes, added some coconut oil, very tasty!
at $0.69 cents/pound, it's way cheaper than $4 for a 12 ounce bag of chips (and probably much healthier), and doesn't risk possible cross contamination issues.
|Posted on Friday, October 23, 2009 - 11:21 am: || |
We really enjoy microwaved or oven baked potato chips. If you have a slicer on your food processor, its really fast to slice one potato, then microwave it for 6-7 minutes for the best tasting potato chips ever. Here is a link for the recipe I use for the potato chips along with a recipe for oven baked french fries (you can use yams or sweet potatoes in place of a russet or red potato):
|Posted on Friday, October 23, 2009 - 12:52 pm: || |
I may get a cheap slicer. I do have a fancy food processor, but it's too much work for chips.
Thanks for the recipe,
|Posted on Friday, October 23, 2009 - 3:10 pm: || |
Emily, Your recipes sound good. One suggests olive or canola oil. Just curious can you get canola oil that isn't GM?
|Posted on Friday, October 23, 2009 - 4:52 pm: || |
Thanks, I hope you enjoy the recipes. Unfortunately, no you canít get canola oil that isnít GM. Iíve been trying to find a good replacement for canola oil and have settled with using pure olive oil in its place. I still occasionally use canola oil but know I need to get rid of it once and for all. I know Deb A. has had success with safflower oil but I canít find a local resource to buy it for a decent price (Iíve found it at one location but it was more than olive oil).
I have a Cuisinart 11 cup food processor and have loved it. I use it at least twice a day and like that it has a thin blade that is perfect for potato chips and sandwich toppings like tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, etc.