Beanfields Crispylicious! Bean & Rice Chips Sea Salt
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Beanfields Crispylicious! Bean & Rice Chips Sea Salt

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Taste test: These triangular chips were thick and generally dark beige in color, with some seeds and black and brownish bits embedded inside.

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I crunched in to find a soft crunch and a bean-like taste, with a very nice sea salt flavor most evident on the first bite, and then kind of a blander but still good refried beans sort of taste after that. The texture was different from tortilla chips, with not the same crispness, but the texture was not bad. These might go well with a creamy dip.

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Smell test: Smells almost like salt and pepper chips, but probably less peppery.

From the package: “Welcome to Beanfields, where we've created quite possibly the world's tastiest snacks, in fact they're ... Crispylicious!” ... “• Twice as much protein and fiber as most tortilla chips • Gluten & Corn Free • A Source of Complete Protein • Made from Non GMO Ingredients • Farmed & Made in the USA” ... “Beanfields is a family owned, value-based company and we're all about beans. We believe beans are good for our families, good for our farmers, and good for our Planet.”

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Company: Beanfields

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