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Old 07-10-2006, 06:45 PM   #1
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Natural Tostitos Yellow Corn Chip review

This is my latest snackfood review:

The yellow corn chips were nice and massive just like the mad house munchies one I tried. Only 6 of them per serving.

Looked to be as thick as them too.

The taste of them did not impress me much at all though. I was disapointed big time in the taste department. Loved the taste of the mad house munchies tortilla chips.

I am going to have to give this snackfood product one of my rare thumbs down. Just a minor thumbs down though.

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Schocking, the blue corn chips are quite delectable. I serve mine with a fine bottled beer, like tecate, or dos equis..
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Old 07-11-2006, 04:18 PM   #3
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Schocking, the blue corn chips are quite delectable. I serve mine with a fine bottled beer, like tecate, or dos equis..
Is the green label dos equis available in the states? I remember having it in Tijuana and I like it much better that the gold label stuff here.

And for tortilla chips I really like the Tostitos Gold.
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I have seen it at harris Teeter every blue moon...I'll ask my distributor if she carries it.
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I have seen it at harris Teeter every blue moon...I'll ask my distributor if she carries it.
cool thanks! I don't really drink very often, but when I do I go for something I really enjoy like Killians or black and tan.
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Kleenex have you tried the Tostitos multigrain chips I think they are really good.
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Old 07-11-2006, 05:55 PM   #7
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Kleenex have you tried the Tostitos multigrain chips I think they are really good.

Not yet, but I will have another review up soon.
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