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Old 04-15-2006, 11:12 AM   #1
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Lay's Sensations Lime and Cracked Black Pepper review....

This potato chip was bit better than that Tostitos Sensation product I reviewed just recently.

The chips were a bit on the small side with none being bigger than medium in size. They had a nice crunch to them though even though they were a bit too thin as well.

The chips had a nice cruch to them. Some of them even had a good amount if lime flavoring on them. You can really see a lot of the black pepper flavoring on the chip which is a great thing. It had some green specs of lime on them which is a good thing as well.

The sodium is 300mg per serving which I think is a bit high.

I will give this chip a thumbs up though.

This marks around the 50th, yes 50th snack food review for this messageboard done by me and I am still have some more stuff to try out.


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Old 04-15-2006, 04:03 PM   #2
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