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I ran to the little dairy in my town to pick up some milk.  While there, I grabbed a small bag of chips (that I thought were sour cream and onion) and a container of their homemade chicken salad.

 

Went to pay for the items and the cashier said "Oh we tried these the other night and we like the shamrock flavor."  She saw the puzzled look on my face and pointed to the bag.  

 

Who knew you could eat shamrocks?!?!  They apparently taste like garlic.  I haven't tried them yet.  This company also makes a stuffing flavored chip!  

 

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@LdyBugz  I'm pretty sure shamrocks are just clovers. St. Patrick used the trefoil to depict the trinity. Bees love 'em, bunnies love 'em, and cows certainly love 'em. So, I guess we could eat them too. Not sure how digestible they would be.

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@PA Mom-mom  Yes, the only difference between the two are 3 vs. 4 leaves, and flower colors.  And the bunny that visits my yard also likes to nibble on other things. 🤨

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Re: Shamrock potato chips!

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@LdyBugz  Shamrocks are 3 leaves.  I'd like to try those potato chips.

 

Eta… Uh oh. You might be referring to an oxalis. I don't think they are edible.