Rice Works Sea Salt Brown Rice Crisps
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Rice Works Sea Salt Brown Rice Crisps

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Taste test: These triangular tortilla style-chips had a thicker feel to them than regular tortilla chips, and they looked quite a bit different, as there were bits of rice embedded in the chips.

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The rice pieces generally had a darker color than the beige of the main body of the chips (which was both rice flour and corn flour). The taste was nothing fancy and not heavily flavored by any means, but it was still quite good, particularly when first biting into a given chip. The sea salt taste was strongest on that first bite. The mild sea salt seasoning brought out quite a good flavor from the chps.

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Smell test: Very mild corn smell.

From the package: “Made with natural ingredients including brown rice, Rice Works™ is a great tasting, crunchy snack bursting with flavor. All of our Rice Works™ varieties contain 0g of trans fat and have no preservatives, artificial flavors or colors. Better still, this snack contains 33% less fat than regular potato chips. We believe in making healthy and delicious snacks for the enjoyment of discerning taste buds — just like yours.”

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Company: Snack Alliance, Inc.

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This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published .

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