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The crispiest chips on the face of the Earth.
We have a small, local company producing these amazing, artisan-style potato chips in all kinds of flavors you can think of. They are, without a doubt, the tastiest potato chips in the whole universe!
It’s great that they are local, it’s even better that they’re only producing small amounts for the best quality, but there is a downside, too. As incredible as they are, they’re pretty darn expensive and I often end up buying something that’s a little easier on my wallet.
I had tried making my own potato chips in the oven before but it was a huge disaster. Some of them burned, while some remained soggy, and I ended up tossing it all in the trash. I thought it was such a waste of time and ingredients that I might as well buy the expensive chips from the store.
I thought I’d need to deep fry the chips to make them all crispy and crunchy and perfect. But I sure wasn’t going to buy a deep-fryer for that! And I didn’t have to – you know why? Because I learned you can make out-of-this-world potato chips in the microwave!
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