Kraut Krisps Sea Salt

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Kraut Krisps Sea Salt

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Taste test: This one really threw us for a loop, as even with all of the weird chips we've reviewed, we never expected to find sauerkraut chips. The triangular chips looked a lot like white corn tortilla chips, with the addition of some occasional things resembling seeds embedded inside (though we couldn't find any specific references to seeds in the ingredients).

We crunched in to find a light crunch, not too different from tortilla chips, with a strong, tasty flavor that certainly was different. Yes, it really did taste like sauerkraut! Definitely a different flavor than anything we've ever tried, worth a try if you like to eat sauerkraut.

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Smell test: Really smells like sauerkraut, absolutely.

From the package: “1 billion probiotics cultures per serving” ... “First ingredient vegetables” ... “Tasty hardworking snacks” ... “Why put sauerkraut in a chip? Because in addition to being wildly delicious our kraut is packed with probiotics! So we turned it into a snack bursting with flavor and amazing health benefits. To ensure that you get good bacteria in every bite, we've added a plant-based probiotic strain that survives 10x more effectively than common probiotic yogurt” ... “Ingredients: sauerkraut* (green cabbage*, water, sea salt), corn flour*, vegetable oil* (sunflower* and/or safflower* and/or palm oil*), brown rice flour*, sea salt, Bacillus coagulans GBI-30 6086 (inulin, Bacillus coagulans GBI-30 6086). *organic”

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Company: Farmhouse Culture

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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