Pringles Fat Free Barbecue Potato Crisps
Taste test: Normally, I won't eat food made with Olestra, but I made an exception and tried one (and only one) of these crisps.
The crisp tasted pretty much the same as regular Pringles, and the barbecue powder was quite bland, really nothing special. I've heard all sorts of bad things about the digestive effects of eating snacks made with Olestra, but I've also talked to people who have had no problem with these foods. I will say that things felt just slightly odd a few hours after eating the crisp not painfully bad or anything, but then again, I only ate one crisp.
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Smell test: Very mild barbecue sauce type of smell.
From the package: “50% Less Calories Than Regular Potato Chips” ... “0 grams Trans Fat 0 mg of Cholesterol 0 grams of Fat per serving”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Pringles (146 snacks)
- Barbecue Snacks (481 snacks)
- Potato Crisps (414 snacks)
- Snacks in Cans (293 snacks)
- Lowfat Chips (62 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Tom Zimmermann at Wal-Mart. Review published .
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