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Kay & Ray's Potato Chips
Snack Review

Kay & Ray's Potato Chips

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Taste test: These are made with "prime processed lard" and that might explain why one guy thought that they taste like scrambled eggs.

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They're flavorful but they do taste kind of greasy. If you look at your fingers, however, you'll see that they actually aren't all that greasy. Pretty good potato flavor.

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Smell test: Very potatoey smell.

From the package: “Our chips are still made the old fashioned way. This original method of 'slow' cooking produces a crunchier chip with that homemade taste.” ... ingredients include Prime Processed Lard and THBQ

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Company: Martin's Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc.

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This snack was discovered by Christine in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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