Organic Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortilla Chips

Organic Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortilla Chips

March 20, 2017—Fearlessly Archived—Still a fun read; price & availability may have changed. 

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There’s a magical time in the life cycle of a seed. This time begins just after the seed starts to sprout, but ends before the seed has a chance to develop into a plant. During this time, the beginnings of that plant can be seen, in the form of a small shoot that you can see poking out of the seed itself. These germinated seeds are often referred to as “sprouted” seeds, and research shows that they have nutritional benefits over the un-sprouted seeds – benefits like increased levels of vitamins and amino acids.

What do sprouted grains have to do with Organic Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortilla Chips? The secret is in the scrambled lettersin the sub-headline. Decode that and [don’t look if you want to test your scramble skills... ready?] you get chips With Sprouted Amaranth, Quinoa, & Chia Seeds. Those seeds, blended with the blue corn, sea salt, and a trace of lime, create these thick-cut, super crunchy, salsa-and guacamole-ready Chips. If you haven’t had Blue Corn Tortilla Chips, you’ll be happy to know that only the color is different from traditional tortilla chips – they still taste like tortilla chips; just blue. The addition of the sprouted grains adds a little bit of nuttiness (we’re experts at nuttiness), and rounds out the flavor, so while they’re still tortilla chips, they deliver a little more in every bite. More, in this case, is very good. Serve them with red salsa and green guacamole for an extra-colorful chip-and-dip presentation. We’re selling each 12 ounce bag of Trader Joe’s Organic Stone Ground Blue Corn Tortilla Chips with Sprouted Amaranth, Quinoa & Chia Seeds for $2.99, every day.

Ingredients: Organic Stone Ground Blue Corn, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Sprouted Amaranth, Organic Sprouted Quinoa, Organic Sprouted Chia, Sea Salt, Water, Trace of Lime.

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