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Quaker Popped Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper
Snack Review

Quaker Popped Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper

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Taste test: These round, rice-based chips had very wiggly surfaces, mostly beige in color with some yellow areas, plus a smattering of finely ground black pepper. The chips were fairly thick.

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We crunched in to find a soft crunch with a decent crispness, with a mild hit of pepper at first. The pepper got stronger soon after that, and the pepper taste lingered for a very long time. Our snackers were fans, crunching their way through handfuls of pieces while enjoying some beer. Tasty.

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Smell test: Good freshly ground black pepper smell. Fairly intense.

From the package: “New look! Formerly Quakes® Rice Snacks” ... “Quaker® Popped™ rice snacks are the surprisingly delicious snack with a satisfying crunch. And because they're popped and have 0g trans fat, you can feel good about your snack choice.” ... “Do not heat in toaster or microwave.”

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Company: Quaker Oats Company

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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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