Pringles Restaurant Cravers Cheeseburger
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Pringles Restaurant Cravers Cheeseburger

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Taste test: This version of Pringles had an unevenly applied flavor seasoning on both sides of the crisps that was mostly orange in color, with a few brown specks as well.

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A few of our usual tasters were afraid of this whole concept and weren't willing to try these at all. Reactions by our other tasters varied, but in several cases, people didn't initially think the crisps tasted like a cheeseburger, but as the flavor soaked in, on second thought they though it did taste a lot like a McDonald's style of cheeseburger (the plain cheeseburger, not one of the fancy ones like a Big Mac). There was a mix of seasonings that was remotely similar to the condiments and cheese on a cheeseburger, but they were all muddied together, with less pronounced tastes than other cheeseburger-flavored chips, such as Golden Flake Cheeseburger Chips and Doritos X-13D.

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Smell test: Slightly tangy smell, but not particularly like a cheeseburger (nor a hamburger).

From the package: “Artificially Flavored”

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Company: Kellogg's

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Trivia: This flavor was recalled by Procter & Gamble because it contains hydrolyzed vegetable protein from Basic Food Flavors Inc., which has been linked to salmonella.

This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Wal-Mart. Review published .

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