North Fork of Long Island Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips
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North Fork of Long Island Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips

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Taste test: These sweet potato chips were cut very thin and had a decent sweet potato flavor in a small, thin, wiggly chip without much crunch. It was not a bad sweet potato taste, but I've had several better sweet potato chips, particularly when it comes to texture and crunch. These were cut so thin that there was no crunch, and the pieces were tiny.

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I bought two bags, and in both cases, nearly all of the chips were broken into tiny pieces, making it inconvenient to eat them either out of the bag or poured into a bowl. They might be good as something to sprinkle on a salad or pour into soup.

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Smell test: Good sweet potato smell.

From the package: “We know potatoes. We've been growing them on our family farm in Mannituck for three generations. We also know that the perfect potato chip starts with a spectacular spud. That's why we're kettle-cooking our potatoes to make sure they're super-crisp with a hearty potato flavor.” ... “Ingredients: Sweet Potatoes, Sunflower Oil.”

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Company: Martin Sidor Farms

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Whole Foods Market (formerly Bread & Circus). Review published .

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