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Old 10-27-2008, 06:13 PM   #1
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Kirin Ssaloyangpa snackfood review....

Another odd item from my local oriental store.

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It is supposed to be a onion flavored item, but sugar is also an ingredient in the snackfood.

It is very whitish in color like a white onion.

A serving size is very big though. 50 pieces in a serving.

Low in sodium.

Has a shape of Dipsy Doodle without the deep ridges.

For my tastebuds I felt the sugar flavor more than the onion flavor.

Not a real crunchy item though.

At best I will give this item a thumbs in the middle

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Those would be right up my alley, I love Asian snacks. I could eat shrimp chips till I looked like one.
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Those would be right up my alley, I love Asian snacks. I could eat shrimp chips till I looked like one.
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