Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Green Shirt, Nov 7, 2013.
I imagine you don't want to know.
I believe they are made with Olean/ Olestra. Gives some people tummy problems but it never bothered me. Better living through chemistry.
I like the regular Cape Cod chips. Zapp's are good too.
I can't really tell the difference between one brand of potato chips and another. My only preference is that I prefer them without added flavoring. Barbecue, salt & vinegar, jalapeño, sour cream & onion -- feh. I like my chips with just a bit of salt, the way God intended.
If we can expand the topic to include non-potato snack chips, I've always been a Fritos lover. Man, those things are addictive.
This is correct.
Me, too. Although I prefer the cheese flavored ones out of all the Sun Chips. Plain, salty potato chips are definitely the way to go.
Ruffles. Or, do Doritos count, too (guess not, since they're corn chips)?
Utz, Lays, and Jays. All "regular" flavor
Pringles are obscenely more-ish, but I dread to think what's in them.
Is this a zombie reference?
My second favourite.
I don't really care for potato chips, but a couple times a year I'll devour a can of Pringles.
I don't like anything but Lay's. Don't even come near me with Golden Flake
I don't eat chips much, but I will sometimes get a small bag of regular Doritos or some Pringles.
As I Brit, the mathametican's answer would be something like McCain's Oven Chips. sorry couldn't resist.
They are irresistible, aren't they?
Salt and Vinegar
Sorry, but I object to anyone calling Pringles a potato chip. Potato chips are fried sliced potato. Pringles are basically baked mashed potato.
Ruffles for dipping (especially in French onion dip, mmmm). Pringles for addictive snacking.
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