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Tastee Yukon Gold Onion, Garlic & Parsley Potato Chips

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Tastee Yukon Gold Onion, Garlic & Parsley Potato Chips

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Taste test: These have a very mild onion, garlic and parsley flavor.

They're not a whole lot different from the regular flavor Tastee chips. So they're quite good — very crisp, not greasy, lots of potato flavor — but considering the fact that they've got three different flavors right in the name, you might expect them to be heavily flavored, as we did. But they're not. You can taste mainly the potato, with just a hint of onion, garlic and parsley.

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Smell test: Smells like garlic, but good.

From the package: “Come on now!! All that flavor. All that crunch. And half the fat??? What's kidding who? Wait, weight, let us explain!! This ain't no regular Potato Chip ... we're different!!! Specifically, we start with a Yukon Gold potato and then cut out all the flunkies. In fact, Tastee is only looking for a few good Yukon Gold potatoes. No, really, Tastee does reject an unusually large percentage of potatoes based on quality. Then we use our unique, small-batch process of vacuum cooking to complete the deal. Huh!!! What's that? Well, instead of conventional frying at 400 degrees we cook in a vacuum at much lower temperatures. And for whatever reason, we only soak up half the fat and crisp us twice as well as the rest of them. Not only that, the quality of our oil is not diminished (broken down by the high heat). You know, those free radical are kept in their place. Give us a try and tell us we're the greatest. (We sort of already know it.) Enjoy!!!”

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Company: Tastee Apple, Inc.

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Trivia: These were a good buy for $1.79.

This snack was discovered by Jeremy in Vermont.

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