Pros: Tasty, Crisp(y), Better for you than Potato Chips!
Cons: Ingredients are in question
I basically just grabbed these off of the shelf at Safeway the other day after resisting the urge for much worse options on the chip/cookie/snack aisle. I do enjoy soy chips and was craving a crispy, crunchy something. I'm not usually a fan of the bbq, ranch or other flavored varieties. I just got the Sea Salt ones.
I found them to adequately satisfy my craving, but I wouldn't jump around in excitement. They are kind of the texture of a thinner, crispier rice cake and yet the thicker ones have that kind of airy puffed rice quality. I wouldn't say good or bad. I did enjoy them... I have tried another brand (at Jamba Juice - don't remember the name) and they seemed to have more of a potato flavor and a crispier (unlike rice cakes) texture than these.
Anyway, as far as health benefits - I left the bag at home accidentally so I'm not looking at the ingredients and I can't seem to find them online anywhere. I know they have puffed brown rice and sea salt but I'm missing a couple others... And, I just found a blog post on another Eating Right product and the blogger seemed to find it somewhat of false advertising. He had tried a frozen meal and found the Eating Right ingredients to be more like "eating wrong". Anyway, now I'm anxious to get home and check the ingredients in these crisps!
I'll let you know...To Be Continued...
***Ingredients: soy flour, whole grain brown rice, safflower oil and/or sunflower oil, rice flour, sea salt, soy lecithin, potassium chloride
So, nothing OUTRAGEOUSLY disgusting. Although, I'll admit I know nothing about soy lecithin and potassium chloride but beware (apparently) with other Eating Right products, as they may not all be very "right."