The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Yummy Paleo Not-Potato Chip Snack (sorry, A's)
Posted By: Karla (O so O-neg)
I'm on the boring O-neg paleo diet. My A husband eats corn chips, tortillas, spelt bread--you name it. THEY SMELL GOOD! But they're a caution in my body!
Here's a recipe for home-made sweet potato (or yam) chips. I'd put it on the recipe board, but I'm waiting until it's fixed in some way. These are okay for O's, B's, and AB's. SORRY, A's!
Slice sweet potatoes or yams into flat 1/4 inch rounds (thinner ones burn), and arrange on a baking sheet. Brush with a bit of melted ghee (or butter), and sprinkle with a bit of salt, garlic powder, and maybe turmeric, if you like.
Broil with baking sheet on middle rack (NOT TOP RACK--they'll all burn!) for 4-5 minutes. Flip potatoes, brush again with ghee, and season to your taste. Broil for another 4-5 minute, and they're done!
If you can keep your hands away, let the chips cool for a few minutes, then spatula off and serve on a plate. OH MY GOODNESS! These are so good! My sweet-potato-hating O-neg son burnt all ten fingers trying to eat these before Mom came back to the kitchen.
I'm quite carb-sensitive, and had no adverse effects from these chips--perhaps the ghee slowed down the carbs. I just got a dreamy kind of look in my eyes, and a sudden love for all mankind.
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Elizabeth (A+) -- Tuesday, 26 January 1999, at 7:04 p.m.
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