Snacku Rice Crackers Vegetable Flavored
Taste test: These snacks had a great name and looked kind of like thin cheese puffs, except for their color, which was nearly as bright of a green as most cheese puffs are bright orange.
Most of the pieces had only minor curvature, unlike cheese puffs. The "Crackers" name was definitely a misnomer, as there was nothing cracker-like about them. They had a strong, sweet taste (maybe sort of veggie-like) but the texture was a bit too styrofoam-like for many of our snackers' tastes. People were mixed on the flavor, as some sort of liked it, while others sort of didn't (though nobody objected too strongly).
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Smell test: Definitely an odd smell, but not a bad one.
From the package: “Made in the Philippines” ... “Ingredients: Rice, Vegetable Oil (may contain Coconut and/or Palm Oil), Vegetable Flavor, Sugar, Monosodium Glutamate, Iodized Salt, and Food Color (FD & C Yellow #5, Blue #1).”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from the Philippines (62 reviews)
- Vegetable Chips (146 snacks)
- Non-cheese Puffs (124 snacks)
- Rice Chips (84 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Walgreen's. Review published .
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