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Sensible Portions Sour cream and onion garden veggie crisps: The closest thing you'll find to Pringles at the co-op, these sour cream and onion potato crisps a remarkably similar flavor profile and are frankly pretty addictive. Supposedly also contains broccoli, spinach, and peas but achieves an almost identical salty, creamy onion flavor and melt-in-your-mouth texture. Purchased at the Park Slope Food Coop. 3.5/5.0

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Saffron Road White cheddar chickpea crisps: Chips with an irregular texture reminiscent of Popcorners, with muted confetti-colored “splotches” indicative of the vegetables used to flavor it (green for peas, orange for sweet potatoes, and red for lentils). While I liked the sharp cheddar powdered flavoring that coats the chips, the combination of vegetable with cheese is a little odd and doesn’t quite come together. Purchased from Whole Foods. 3.0/5.0

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Beanitos Better cheddar and sour cream pinto bean chips: High fiber + protein tortilla chips made of bean (instead of corn). They have a more crumbly texture than your typical chip and a stronger flavor. Together, with cheddar and sour cream, I expected it to taste like a bean dip, but it was strangely muddled and unbalanced. Do not recommend. 2.5/5.0

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Burma Superstar Lotus Root Chips: I ate at Burma Superstar in Richmond 6 years ago, so I instantly recognized their branding when I saw this bag of lotus chips on the shelves at Berkeley Bowl. Thinly sliced lotus root is deep fried and lightly tossed with nori, cayenne, and sesame. Oil saturates the rings, leaving your fingers coated in a thin layer of grease and speckles of seaweed. No serving size indicated on the packaging, but they lasted two days at work. 3.5/5.0

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Wheat Thins Veggie toasted chips: I was excited to find that my work has a vending machine with high quality snacks, but when I went to purchase a bottle of Boba Guy's jasmine milk tea, I got sticker shock from the $5 price tag. Instead, I turned to the normcore vending machine and purchased a bag of veggie-flavored Wheat Thins. The chips have a satisfying bite and texture, like a cross between a cracker and a potato chip. It tastes more veggie-flavored than like veggies, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing (like how s... (read more) 3.0/5.0

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The Daily Crave Veggie Chips: I received this pack of chips on my one-way flight to San Francisco. What I've never understood about veggie chips is that, purportedly, you might choose veggie chips to have a healthier snack, yet they always taste of oil and have very little veggie flavor. This bag falls into that trap: It's neither bad nor particularly good. 2.5/5.0

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