Dakota Style Salt & Vinegar Industrial Strength Potato Chips
Taste test: A good, thick and crunchy salt and vinegar chip.
These aren't as oily as some other kettle-style chips we've tasted, which is a good thing. There's also not so much vinegar on the chip that your face cringes when tasting it. A little bit of residue gets left on your fingers, so you may need a napkin.
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Smell test: Very strong vinegar aroma, don't whiff too hard.
From the package: “To make a better chip, start with a better potato. To ensure it, we grow our own, on our family farm near Clark, South Dakota. Then we scrub them, slice them extra-thick and 'open kettle' cook each batch by hand. That gives Dakota Style chips more crisp and crunch than any regular chips. We strive to do the whole process, from scrubbing to bagged chips, in less than an hour. So you know our chips are fresh. In fact, we can't think of anyone else who grows, slices, cooks and bags a chip involving the family the way we do. But we don't stop there. We add our special Salt and Vinegar flavoring ... and the end result is in this bag. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.”
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Company: Dakota Style
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