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Pete at Home
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Yam chips.

Cook 'em like potato chips, then sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top instead of salt.

-Pete, on a quick break from studying

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Have you ever tried these?
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Have you ever tried these?
Their taro chips are like unto crack for me.
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For everyone's information:

Yams and sweet potatoes are not the same (and are in fact almost as unrelated as two plants can be). "Yam" in the US usually refers to sweet potatoes; recent USDA regulations require that "yams" that are actually sweet potatoes have the sweet potato label added under the word "yam."

There's a long, boring story about why we call sweet potatoes yams; the important thing, though, is that ACTUAL yams are sort of like sweet potatoes, but without most of the really great nutritional benefits.

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Sweet potato fries are great, but not like you make 'em! This is a cajun treat, served spicy [Smile]
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Has anyone else here tried those dried peas? I think it's a Korean snack. I also like dried kiwis, but I ususally have to go over to Chinatown to get those.
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I like dried peas [Smile]
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Lisa M.
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Dried peas are good, but peas with butter and garlic are better.

Because 90% of food can be improved with butter and/or garlic.

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If it can be improved with butter, and it is not popcorn, then it can also be improved with garlic. [Smile]
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Lisa M.
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True 'dat!

Mmmm, that reminds me that I have homemade hummus in the fridge.

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