home made potato chips

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    jimLE

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    I haven't done potato chips but if you cut up corn tortillas and fry them they make great chips.
     
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    I like to do that with blue corn tortillas
     
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    Amish, no doubt you can get blue corn tortillas in New Mexico. I could not find anything tortilla or corn chip when I was going to school in Washington, D.C. in 1988-90.

    Blue corn is not that common, but may also not be GMO, like most of the corn used in America is. That has always been my interest in it. The first time I had blue corn tortillas was at Doc Martin's in Taos, New Mexico. I have had blue corn chips since. I believe Trader Joe's carries them, but other places do as well.
     
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    I like sweet potato chips, carrot shoe string potato chips, potato chips,brocoli coins chips.
    But that's just me. try not not to waste anything so come up with new ways to eat it.
     
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