Off the Eaten Path Sweet Potato Crisps
Taste test: These round crisps had a light orange color and somewhat wiggly shapes, so they looked a bit like PopChips, but they were thinner than Popchips. We crunched in to find a very crisp, light crunch and an excellent taste that was both sweet and savory, including a hint of sweet potato. The feel was lighter and crispier than PopChips, quite a nice texture.
Ingredients revealed that there was more rice than sweet potato inside, so these were far from being sweet potato chips. But whatever they were, they were really quite good, the best of the Off the Eaten Path snacks that we've tried so far.
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Smell test: Mild sweet potato smell.
From the package: “Made with with rice & real sweet potatoes” ... “Snacks for the curious™” ... “In this snacking adventure, discover the sweet, savory flavor of sweet potato in a light and airy crisp.”
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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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