I didn't grow up eating pork chips or pork rinds, but I went to a county fair down here a few years ago and a vendor was selling large bags of seasoned pork chips for only a few dollars. I watched him pour these large squares of dry pork skin into a huge vat of hot oil, and a few minutes later they were all floating on top.
I tried one and thought I was eating air. It was so light, and not as greasy as I thought it would be. The chips had a special barbecue-flavored salt on them, which was pleasantly hot. I have since tried a salt-and-vinegar and a dill pickle flavor. I have to watch my carb intake, so I always keep a bag of pork chips around to satisfy my craving for salty snacks.