The problem with vegetarian chips is that its name is too deceptive. “There is a ‘vegetarian’ in the name of a product that doesn’t mean it’s a healthy food,” Cody Steiner said. “Most of the vegetable chips sold in the store are made with corn, potatoes or pea starch mixed with a little bit of other Vegetables. Even whole vegetable chips with higher nutritional value and more fiber are a greasy snack with high calories.”
In fact, the vegetarian potato chips sold by Sprouts Farmers Market contain only 8 grams of fat (1 gram of saturated fat) and 220 grams of sodium in a 26-piece potato chip. The original grams, I I think it should be milligram) and 140 calories. These fats account for 12% of your daily recommended diet and sodium accounts for 9%. Relatively speaking, it takes less than a few minutes to make vegetarian chips. Use some vegetables outside your comfort zone, some sea salt plus a little olive oil.