Sabava Cheese Flavor Purple Sweet Potato Dry
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Sabava Cheese Flavor Purple Sweet Potato Dry

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Taste test: These snacks looked like fries and had a dark purple color, much like "blue" potato chips that aren't particularly blue, such as Terra Blues — not the beet-like bright purple color pictured on the bag.

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I crunched in to find a very solid crunch, probably more solid than any of the other fries we've reviewed, but after that initial bite, it softened up and delivered a nice texture along with a very tasty flavor. There was a nice initial cheese taste, sort of parmesan-like, followed by a rich potato flavor. It didn't really say "sweet potato" to me, as it was more like those blue potatoes, but I liked the mix of cheese and potato a lot.

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Smell test: Nice mild cheese smell.

From the package: “Sabava Purple sweet potato dry picked fresh ripe Purple sweet potato.” ... “Using low-temperature vacuum dehydration process.” ... “Open bags of instant, fashion leisure food.” ... “Breakfast, leisure, playtime, picnic, KTV, Office afternoon tea.” ... “High fiber course grains food.” ... “Country of origin: Vietnam”

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Company: Viet Nong Food Corporation

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This snack was discovered by Kier Byrnes. Review published .

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