Gourmet Basics Smart Fries Honey Mustard & Onion
Taste test: These fries had a light beige color, with lots of even-lighter-colored seasoning on their surfaces (it looked like a white cheddar powder, though based on the flavor, it obviously wasn't). Unlike the ones pictured on the bag packed tightly into a fries sleeve, the actual fries were generally curly, rather than nearly straight.
They had a very nice crispness and good light crunch upon biting in, and the honey, mustard and onion seasoning was quite tasty. That seasoning dissipated mostly toward the end of eating each fry, so the potato flavor was what lingered at the end, and that taste was pretty good too, kind of a typical potato puffs type of taste. Good fries!
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Smell test: Definitely honey and mustard, maybe a little onion.
From the package: “Air popped potato sticks” ... “110 calories per serving” ... “80% less fat than regular potato chips. Under 2 g per serving.” ... “Smart Fries by Gourmet Basics is a 'Better For You' snack treat; prepared in an innovative healthy cooking process that preserves the all natural goodness and delicious taste you expect. Smart Fries cook in mid air as they pass through a specially designed hot air oven. Not baked or fried, Smart Fries are 'Air Popped,' light and crunchy, and taste great.”
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Company: Teva Foods Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at H Mart, Cambridge/Burlington, Massachusetts. Review published .
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