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Beanitos Review and Giveaway

***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***

From the website:
Beanitos®, The Original Bean Chips™  were created by serious snackers, for serious snackers (aka For Human Beans™) who demand more than empty calories from their snacks. And, since corn is in over 4,000 products at the typical supermarket and has been linked to a host of health issues including obesity, all of our products are Always Corn Free™!
You see, we love to snack, but when looking for a low glycemic snack that tasted great, we simply could not find one. So we set out about creating one. Two years later: Beanitos, The Bean Chips were born and launched in January 2010! While we did create a great tasting snack that won't spike blood sugar, along the way, we were able to make our chips even better for you.

Beanitos are loaded with non-GMO vegetable fiber (20% of the daily value in just 10 chips, that’s 5 grams!), 4 grams of complete protein and are rich in Essential ALA Omega 3s (600mg in Pinto Bean and Flax) all which are packed into one great tasting serving!
Beanitos are always free of corn, wheat, soy, potato, trans fat, cholesterol and are verified non-GMO, gluten free, lab tested and certified low glycemic & kosher! 

Beanitos®, Inc. is Born!
Brothers Doug and Dave Foreman established Beanitos to develop delicious and nutritious food products. Because of the numerous health benefits, their research focused development on products based on the humble legume. With this mission,Beanitos®, Inc. is committed to creating a variety of great tasting and healthy bean-based foods. Beanitos The Original Bean Chips are the initial products brought to market, and the Bean Team have several more products in development!

Beanitos®http://www.beanitos.com/health.html Black Bean, Pinto Bean and Flax, Black Bean with Chipotle BBQ and Pinto Bean and Flax with Cheddar Cheese chips are the only bean chips that are 100% corn, wheat, soy, and potato free! Yes, we said absolutely no corn! Distinctively delicious with a crispy crunch, we thought it was high time to kick the corn and make chips that taste great and actually have nutritional value! 

So here's the deal, these chips sounds really odd, huh? I thought so too, but in reality they taste amazing! I tried the Flax with Cheddar Cheese chips first and loved them so much that I ate 3 of the snack sized bags. Mind you, every bag of Beanitos is very high in Fiber. Oops! I didn't care; they were well worth the fiber shock to my body. Not to mention, the Cheddar Cheese chips had an awesome kick to them! The best thing about Beanitos is that you can't even tell they're made out of Flax, Black Beans, or Pinto Beans. The texture and taste of these chips is just like a regular tortilla chip, only difference is that they're much healthier for you. I have tried every flavor of Beanitos but I have to say that my favorites are the Black Bean and Cheddar Cheese chips. 



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***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***
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Comments

  1. I would say snake is the oddest thing I've ever eaten.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  2. Haven't eaten anything too odd.. peanut butter and pickle sandwiches maybe?

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  3. Pig brains!! grammypenny@frontier.com

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  4. I must be lame.. I've never eaten anything too weird. LOL

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  5. I ate organic fudge and it was not very good.

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  6. I are octopus at a buffet and it tasted like octopus that you would get at a buffet.

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  7. Beef heart and kidneys!

    callawishes(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  8. micheal dale grimAugust 6, 2012 at 2:34 PM

    the weirdest was rattle snack,and i must say it really wasnt that bad!!! mdg891972@hotmail.com

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  9. Chocolate cover grasshoppers, only I wasn't able to eat it-I just ate some of the chocolate off it :D

    aliyaha6(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  10. I still think escargot was pretty odd!

    livinglearningeating at gmail dot com

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  11. I took an entomology class in college and the professor cooked up a bunch of bugs for people to eat.

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  12. the weirdest thing I've ever eaten...snails and they were yucky

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  13. alligator meat


    cpsnsamples@aol.com

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  14. I generally don't eat weird things, but have tried tripe...yucky! Thank you.
    jaquerichards at yahoo dot com

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  15. bison burger is the weirdest thing i have had

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  16. Umm I am pretty picky- weird to others is that I eat straight up veggie sandwiches, like just lettuce or fried peppers or things like that. I had some fake chocolate once - that was beyond nasty.

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  17. a sushi roll thingy and i dont like sushi

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  18. Elk!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  19. Sorry, I'm a very picky eater, so I havent eaten anything outrageous...my husband is more adventurous though - he's eaten an ostrich burger!

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  20. Chocolate covered ants! Not bad :)

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  21. Chocolate covered bacon. Guys at work brought it in- it was okay, not something I would try again.

    tridingermckee at gmail dot com

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  22. Chocolate Covered Crawfish. They were not too bad but one was not cooked all the way and started to move. That was the end of my adventurous spirit.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  23. had onions and peanut butter.
    vivianbl@olg.com

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  24. I was on a missions trip to Ecuador and we had guinea pig....yes just like the pet, on a stick!

    Thanks-
    Melissa bergiejrfhe@yahoo.com

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