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Old 05-09-2011, 05:59 PM   #1
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Lower Sodium Pringles review.....

This is supposed to be a new flavor.

I guess due to the lower sodium it makes for a lighter color Pringles chip.

Same pringles shape.

Even with the lower sodium it still tasted great.

Good crunch.

I will give this item a big thumbs up.

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Old 05-09-2011, 06:05 PM   #2
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I'll have to look for them because the last time I bought Pringles we couldn't finish them ... and I'm a salt-a-holic. It was as if I could feel my blood rushing to my face on the second chip, they were so salty. Wonder if they did it on purpose? That is to say, increased the salt in their regular to increase the interest in the low salt?
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:03 PM   #3
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pringles are just compressed potato bits. no relative to a potato chip. never have liked them, salty or not,.
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Do they have Sour Cream and Onion? Am craving Ruffles SC and O with cottage cheese. Have not found a substitute for this bad bad junk.
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Do they have Sour Cream and Onion? Am craving Ruffles SC and O with cottage cheese. Have not found a substitute for this bad bad junk.
USA does sell a sour cream and onion flavored Pringles.

Outside the USA pringles can get funky like seaweed flavored pringles, soft shell crab flavored pringles, Kebab flavored pringles, and grilled shrimp pringles.
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USA does sell a sour cream and onion flavored Pringles.

Outside the USA pringles can get funky like seaweed flavored pringles, soft shell crab flavored pringles, Kebab flavored pringles, and grilled shrimp pringles.
Those sound fascinating! Dang, I am a salt junkie...
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