Samai Jungle Root Crisps Sweet Chili

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Samai Jungle Root Crisps Sweet Chili

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Taste test: This bag combined cassava chips (a vegetable we're quite familiar with) and tannia chips (a new one to us) with a mild chili seasoning.

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We crunched in to several chips to find that the seasoning was sufficiently intense that the two kinds didn't taste all that different, though the textures were different. The cassava chips (also known as yuca) had a harder crunch, and they were cut thicker than most cassava chips we've tried, while the tannia chips were soft to bite into. The variety of textures was nice, and they were both tasty.

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Smell test: Nice, mild tangy chili smell.

From the package: “Picante ducle/Pimenté doux” ... “Enjoy our medley of perfectly crisp cassava and tannia slices with a hint of sweet chili.” ... “Thank you for choosing our Jungle root crisps, made with the freshest cassavas and tannias, grown in the fertile soils of small family owned plantations located outside the protected Ecuadorian rainforest.” ... “Try them with humus, guacamole or your favourite dip and experience rain forest magic!”

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Company: The Exotic Blends Co. (Ecuador)

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


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