Sea Chips Seaweed Flavored Tortilla Chips
Taste test: These are dark yellow tortilla chips with a brownish flavor powder on them.
When you first bite into your first chip, the immediate taste is OK. I think that might just be an immediate reaction to any tortilla chip with salt on it, because the good taste doesn't last long. As you start to chew, the flavor gets worse as it starts to taste sort of like dirt, or seaweed, or something like that. It's not super-awful or anything, but it's just not very appetizing. One of our tasters said the chips "taste like low tide."
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Smell test: Smell kind of like seaweed, but not that awful. One guy said they smell like his cat.
From the package: “Corn - Dulse - Kelp - Onion - Garlic” ... “Seaweed Flavored Tortilla Chips” ... “100% Organic Ingredients” ... “Low Sodium 'Salty' Taste” ... “Maine Coast Sea Vegetables is proud to bring you America's first seaweed flavored tortilla chips. Sea Chips are different, and seaweed makes the difference. More nutrition. Ounce for ounce, sea vegetables contain more minerals than any other food group. The Dule and Kelp in the Sea Chips are very high in iron and iodine as well as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and the full spectrum of essentiqal trace elements.”
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Company: Maine Coast Sea Vegetables Inc.
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