A friend of mine recommended these chips and I was intrigued enough to go out and buy them. Lundberg Family Farms produces some of my favorite rice. Their short grain brown rice is always in our cupboard. Having grown up snacking on senbei, Japanese rice crackers, the idea of rice chips seemed like a no-brainer.
Straight out of the package, these crackers look like sturdy tortilla chips. They are thicker than I expected and you can see the rice grains and sesame seeds scattered throughout the dough. They have a clean rice flavor, accented with a hint of nuttiness from the sesame, and a truly satisfying crunch. I almost feel relaxed after eating a bunch of them because I've chewed through any stress I was feeling when I reached for them. I haven't tried any of the other flavors and these are so addictive that I don't know if I will, for a little while anyway. As the package states they are made with organic grains, gluten free, non-gmo, and vegan. They are chips you can feel good about eating, even if they are slightly more expensive than some of the familiar supermarket brands. Of equal importance, they taste great. So if you're looking to change up your snacking pantry, these rice chips are a tasty alternative. (FYI, this is not a sponsored post.)