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Rich Cut Potato Chips
Snack Review

Rich Cut Potato Chips

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Taste test: These were narrow-rippled potato chips with a pale yellow color, some bits of green on the surfaces and lots of skin around the edges.

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The ripples were not very deep, and the chips had a texture fairly typical of that type of cut, with a reasonable crispness and soft crunch. I wasn't sure what to expect as far as flavor (due to the language barrier) but they tasted like sour cream and onion chips, with a good taste, though on the mild side. Pretty good chips.

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Smell test: Not much.

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Company: Koikeya Co., Ltd. (Japan)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy in Tokyo. Review published May 2012.

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