Despite the Vidalia name, this one didn't attempt to look like pieces of onion, but rather, fries — in this case, sweet potato fries. The odd thing about that was that — like many bagged fries — the snack was primarily corn-based. They did include sweet potato among the ingredients.
The fries were pretty good. They had a texture much like the also-corn-based Andy Capp's fries, with a light feel and nice crunch. The taste was not like eating actual sweet potato fries at all, nor anything like sweet potato chips but there was a hint of sweet potato taste. Pretty good.
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Smell test: Mild, but remotely like sweet potatoes.
From the package: “All potatoes are not created equal. With history dating back to 750 B.C., sweet potatoes are one of the oldest vegetables known to mankind. Starting out as a rare and expensive delicacy, the sweet potato eventually domesticated and popularity grew over the years as the versatility of this sweet and nutritious vegetable spread into many culinary dishes.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ocean State Job Lot. Review published .