We're basically living on these surprisingly delicious gluten-free chips
As I write this, the editorial office is filled with the sound of crunching. That's because Siete Family Foods sent us samples of their new grain-free tortilla chips and we can't stop eating them.
So here's the scoop. The Garza family of Austin, Texas, started making grain-free tortillas for people like their family member Veronica, who suffers from multiple autoimmune conditions. The tortillas were such a hit, they came out with a line of chips too.
Siete Grain-Free Tortilla Chips are non-GMO and gluten-free, and they contain absolutely not a trace of corn, wheat, rice, beans, soy or dairy. They are paleo and vegan-friendly, and they come in three flavors: sea salt, nacho and lime. They're made with cassava and coconut flours.
And now, here we are, hopelessly addicted.
You know what? My system is pretty grain-tolerant, so I don't even have any skin in the anti-inflammation game. But we love these chips because of their light texture. They are so light! So light and crispy. One editor compared it to Pringles.
The seasoning is pretty on point too. We rank the flavors as follows:
- Lime: just the right amount of tang
- Nacho: nice bit of spicy warmth
- Sea salt: kind of plain, but great for dips
Anyway, like I said, we can't stop eating them and would really appreciate it if someone could just take these bags away from us and — oh, it's too late. All the chips are gone now.
Siete Grain-Free Tortilla Chips are available at Whole Foods Market locations nationwide (SRP $4.99).