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Old 12-31-2007, 05:25 PM   #1
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Lesser Evil Cajun Kaboom! Krinkle Sticks review

This item comes in a box, A nice looking box.

The odd looking item is made from potatoes and some spices

Each stick is around two and a quarter inches in length and really does look a bit like a krinkle cut french fry. Really loved the shape of this snackfood item.

The box says the item is hot, but It was not that hot for me. It did have a nice taste though.

My only downside is the box shows a darker looking and possibly more flavorful version of what I ate.

I give this snackfood item a medium sized thumbs up

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Old 07-28-2008, 06:59 PM   #2
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Onto the Classic Seasalt Krinkle Sticks review:

Well I was out to a larger grocery store than the one I usually go to and found a big bag of this stuff. YEAH!!!

You get the same shape as before, but this one looks very naked.

Because it was only a sea salt flavor it really did not impress me at all.

Not enough flavor for me on this snack food product.

A product like this needs some extra flavoring to really win me over.

I can only give this version a minor thumbs up.
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