Off the Eaten Path Hummus Crisps Feta & Herb
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Off the Eaten Path Hummus Crisps Feta & Herb

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Taste test: These chickpea-based crisps had the same Popchips-like shapes as the Garlic Tomato Basil version, with yellowish surfaces that had lots of bits of seasoning, most of them green, in various sizes.

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We crunched in to find a very nice crisp crunch and an equally nice mix of flavors. I couldn't specifically taste any feta cheese, but there was a very tasty mix of herbs and spices. Very good!

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Smell test: Strong mix of herbs, nice.

From the package: “Snacks for the curious™” ... “If the road less traveled calls your name, you may be interested in a trip Off the Eaten Path™. Here you'll find unexpected combinations of wholesome ingredients that make for surprisingly delicious snacks. On this Mediterranean inspired journey, discover a light and airy crisp made with real chickpeas perfectly seasoned with feta cheese, rosemary and other herbs and spices for a mouthwatering snacking adventure.” ... “Partially Produced with Genetic Engineering”

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Company: Rare Fare Foods LLC

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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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