English "chips" on nutrition log ??

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Jun 11, 2012 10:25am

bambeepants bambeepants
3 posts

I Ran 100 Miles!

I can’t seem to find just simple “chips” (of the English variety commonly found with fish…) on the nutrition log!! So frustrating!!

Chips just brings up “crisps”!! :(

Can anyone please help and advise of a generic “chips” for me so I can add it into my nutrition log please?

(yes yes I shouldn’t really be eating them but hey everyone deserves a cheat day!! ;) )


Jun 11, 2012 4:21pm

misssandy misssandy
77 posts

six pack (hope so) Super Walker I Walked 100 Miles!

Would those be like French fries?

Jun 12, 2012 5:52am

bambeepants bambeepants
3 posts

I Ran 100 Miles!

Yes I guess so…. but they are fatter and nicer… So I guess more unhealthy possibly?? I can’t beleive that no English person has put “chips” on here at all??
So strange….!!

Jun 12, 2012 9:12am

KateBrown KateBrown
345 posts

I Lost 5 Lbs! Ultimate Caveman Meat Lover

I would also say that french fries would be the closest to chips. You can also try “hand-cut” fries or “steak fries”, which are the thicker American version of regular fries.

Jun 14, 2012 8:32am

bambeepants bambeepants
3 posts

I Ran 100 Miles!

Thanks Kate!

Jul 25, 2012 7:19pm

7 posts

I Did 1,000 Pushups!

Yeah… these would be under “Steak Fries”, “potato wedges” or just french fries certain variety. Either way, the caloric difference will be negligible if the gross wt. and mass are equivalent, i.e. 72g of “chips” vs 72g of “fries” both equal the same calories.

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