Taste test: These chips, much like the White Cheddar and Sea Salt versions, came in triangular pieces that resembled tortilla chips, while boasting massive amounts of probiotic ingredients and actual sauerkraut among the ingredients. Having tried the two mild flavors and enjoyed them, jalapeño sounded like a great step from there.
I crunched in to find a light crunch and a tangy flavor with some heat, but not really a jalapeño taste. The heat really hit strongly in the aftertaste, thought it was mostly just hot without being particularly tasty. Not a standout among hot chips, but OK.
Smell test: Something zesty, but didn't really smell like jalapeño.
From the package: “2 billion probiotics cultures per serving” ... “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 safely supports digestive health, support immune health.” ... “Ingredients: corn flour*, vegetable oil* (sunflower and/or safflower* and/or palm oil*), brown rice flour*, sauerkraut* (green cabbage*, water, sea salt), lactic acid, green bell pepper*, smoked jalapeño pepper, sea salt, yeast extract*, rice concentrate*, citric acid, Bacillus coagulans MTCC 5856, natural smoke flavor. *organic”
Online store: Buy tortilla chips on Amazon
Company: Farmhouse Culture
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Daily Table, Dorchester, Massachusetts. Review published .