Eat Smart Sundried Tomato & Pesto Veggie Crisps
Taste test: These looked kind of like wide-rippled potato chips, but they were actually made from potato flour.
There were three colors: yellowish beige, orangeish beige and greenish. They all tasted pretty good, with very strong flavors. The weren't as crisp as I would have liked, so the crunch didn't feel quite right.
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Smell test: Nice! Smells like a good vegetable soup.
From the package: “A bountiful blend of seasoned potato, spinach and tomato chips” ... “Eat a better-for-you snack without sacraficing taste!” ... “EatSmart Veggie Crisps blend the garden fresh goodness of real potatoes, tomatoes and spinach with all natural seasonings. Savor their all natural goodness alone or with your favorite dip or salsa. Veggie Crisps are made with 100% pure canola oil, wich is naturally low in saturated fat.” ... “Trans Fat 0g”
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This snack was discovered by Bob Hennessey at TechTarget headquarters, 117 Kendrick Street, Needham, Massachusetts. Review published .
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