SeaSnax: Sheets and Chomperz Review

SeaSnax: Sheets and Chomperz Crunchy Seaweed Chips Review & Giveaway

Being only 1400 steps from the sea, there is one thing I see more often than not – seaweed. Usually it is just floating along the surface of the ocean and sometimes along the sand. While I see it often, I give it very little consideration, and chalk it up to being a member of the coastal community.

When I recently recieved an assortment of SeaSnax, which is seaweed made into tasty snacks, I was intrigued that this item I see so often on the coast is a edible item. 

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of SeaSnax. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received an assortment of SeaSnax Sheets in various flavors and Chomperz Crunch Seaweed Snacks.

SeaSnax Grab & Go Packs in Original, Barbecue, Lime, Jalapeno and WasabiThese are a convenient Grab & Go size, which makes them perfect for additions to lunches and snacks. These are Non-GMO Project Verified and are vegan, and gluten-free. They contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and high in vitamins (B1, B6, C), vegetable protein, fiber, iron and other minerals. 

SeaSnax Sheets in Original/Organic, Toasty Onion, Wasabi and Chipolte – These are packages of 5 full sheets of roasted seaweed. These are also Non-GMO Project Verified and are vegan, gluten-free and contain only three all natural ingredients. They contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and high in vitamins (B1, B6, C), vegetable protein, fiber, iron and other minerals.

Chomperz Crunchy Seaweed Chips in Barbecue, Jalapeno, Original and Onion – These are the a crunchy version of seaweed. These are also vegan, non-GMO verified, contain no MSG, no trans fats and no cholestrol.

Overall I found these interesting. The one thing I noticed was that they had a ocean/salty flavor to them, which i am not a fan of generally speaking. That being said, I liked the Chomperz and the crunch that they had.

These are a great snack, and the packaging makes it easy for on-the-go snacking and eating – if you are looking for a healthy snack that is different than most, give SeaSnax a try!

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GIVEAWAY: SeaSnax is giving one variety case with all 4 flavors of Chomperz Crunchy Seaweed Chips to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) SeaSnax Chomperz Crunchy Seaweed Chips Variety Pack that will include 2 bags each of the following flavors: Barbecue, Jalapeno, Onion and Chomperz Original – This is a $35.00 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on January 21st, 2018 (1/21/2018) to receive this variety pack! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by SeaSnaxs. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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52 thoughts on “SeaSnax: Sheets and Chomperz Review

  1. Heather Weinstock

    The oddest thing I’ve ever seen was about 20 years ago. I was on Summer break and we were camping in an RV by the lake. One day I was out in the boat, I looked up by accident and seen a rainbow surrounding the sun.

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  2. Sandy Klocinski

    I bought my dog some dog cookies that are made like Oreos except they have carob instead of chocolate and peanut butter filling. He wouldn’t eat them so I ate them. They were actually pretty good. Of course, when he saw me eating them and I gave him a piece he ate it because he thought it was “people food”!

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  3. jenny

    My husband and I went to a new neighbor’s house for dinner, and while eating, we were told that it was squirrel….. I never went back to their house.

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  5. MeMe R

    I don’t consider anything I have eaten odd. I have had rabbit, squirrel, ox, tongues. I am an adventurous eater. Rabbit is probably one of my more favorite meat.

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  6. John Smith

    “What is the oddest thing you have ever eaten?” Not scorpions! I refuse to eat scorpions! Cauliflower, maybe? Foul, evil stuff, makes me sick….

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  7. DeeAnn S

    Way back when, in high school science class, the teacher handed out chocolate covered ants and fried locusts for those who wanted to try them. I ate the ants. They tasted pretty good. 🙂

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  8. Jeunelle

    love seeweed! good choice! The oddest thing i’ve eaten was Balut (which is a duck fetus still in the egg) But I am filipino so not really odd…so uhh OH! Pizza with scorpions on it. that was interesting

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  9. Heather Weinstock

    Oops I typed about the strangest thing I’ve even seen, not eaten, lol. The strangest thing I’ve ever eaten was a coleslaw gelatin salad.

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  10. Ryan Schenk

    The oddest thing I have ever eaten was a roasted tarantula. This was something I did with a group of friends.

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  11. Mary Gardner

    I am not very adventurous with food and don’t like to try odd things. When I was a child once in a while we would have what I called sprangled eggs. At about 5 I realized they were actually saying brains and eggs and I never ate it again. That was the end of my odd food tasting experiences.

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  12. Alison

    I can’t say that I’ve eaten anything truly odd. I guess that some people find it odd that I put pineapple on my pizza or used to dip potato chips in ketchup, but those are probably the oddest foods that I’ve eaten.

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  13. Sammantha D.

    Honestly, I don’t think I eat very odd, I’m pretty picky. My husband on the other hand will eat just about everything – I even saw him eat a chocolate covered grasshopper. (yuck!)

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  14. Brittany Carter

    I don’t eat many strange things but I live on an island so we eat anything that comes out of the ocean

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  15. Linda Bradshaw

    I do not think I have eaten anything odd except maybe frog legs when I was a kid. Other than that, I have no adventure in my eating.

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  16. Brian L

    A small kernel of cat litter dropped from between the toes of one of the cats. I thought it was a pickle seed there on my tabletop. I was mistaken as it was grainy. Ma still laughs about it today. Barf.

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  17. Carmela Garofalo

    The oddest thing I’ve ever eaten was tripe, also known as the stomach lining of a cow.

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  18. Michelle Catallo

    I don’t know, not much in the way of food bothers me besides mint jelly. I have eaten gator, insects, octopus, tripe, and more. Guess the one that makes people go “uhhh” would be grilled snake. Yes, I like them all except kangaroo, I can’t do that one again ~ too chewy (yes, I was in Australia at a normal bar and grill, it’s normal there).

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  19. Tim Moss

    I’ll have to say fried alligator, which was described to me as a ‘fishy chicken’ and that’s about right, kind of like frog legs.

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