Boulder Canyon Natural Foods Avocado Oil Canyon Cut Kettle Cooked Potato Chips Sea Salt
Taste test: These potato chips had wide, shallow ripples, with generally a light yellow color but also some areas with minor browning, plus areas of skin on some edges.
We crunched in to find that they had a fairly thick cut, with a very satisfying crunch — loud and solid, yet crisp enough that the crunch wasn't really hard. The salt level was fairly low, and the potato flavor was good, though not as rich or intense as many kettle-cooked chips. There wasn't any avocado flavor that anyone could notice, but even the snackers who expected at least some hint of avocado were still fans of the chips, as the texture was excellent and the subtle flavor was a good accompaniment to beer.
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Smell test: Good mild fried potato smell.
From the package: “inspired by the carved canyons outside our home town, these wavy Canyon Cut chips are cooked in Avocado Oil for a uniquely subtle, buttery flavor.”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Boulder Canyon (21 snacks)
- Potato Chips (2005 snacks)
- Ripple Chips (600 snacks)
- Sea Salt Chips (232 snacks)
- Guacamole/Avocado-flavored chips (23 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ocean State Job Lot. Review published .
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