Sam & Martin's The Ultimate Popped Potato Chips Plain
Taste test: These irregularly shaped round potato crisps were puffier than Pringles, and based on the claims on the packaging, probably a lot healthier.
Unfortunately, they didn't taste nearly as good as Pringles. The flavored versions of Sam & Martin's Popped Potato Chips were better than this plain version, as the ones in this bag were bland and uninspiring. Plain Pringles are bland in a way too, but somehow I just can't stop eating them. I was able to stop eating these easily after just one chip.
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Smell test: Sort of chemically.
From the package: “Not fried! Not baked! Cholesterol free!” ... “Sam & Martin's bring experience and tradition from the family business into producing the ultimate snacks. We have removed the 'ho-hum', boring and tasteless stereotype of healthy snacks and replaced them with fun and tantalizing flavor for a wholesome snack alternative.” ... “Sam & Martin's uses a European technique of popping these delicious snacks, instead of frying or baking. Granulated potatoes are pressure cooked, producing the round snack. This unique and healthier process infuses a medley of seasonings and natural flavors right into the chip, so every bite bursts with a mouth-watering experience, only to leave you wanting more!”
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Company: Sam & Martin's
Categories for this snack:
- Potato Crisps (409 snacks)
This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published .
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