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Old 05-13-2008, 05:23 PM   #1
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Rice Works Tortilla Chips Tripple Flavor Review

Onto the reviews:

Rice Works Sea Salt Flavor review.

This is a new product i found in a local grocery store made of whole grain brown rice and looks like a tortilla chip.

Each crisp comes in a triangle shape with each side 2.5 inches long.

They had a thickness of a dorito.

The color was light brown and whitish. You can really see the brown rice used in the product.

Not many broken chips in this bag

The flavor though was great.

Nice and crunchy though.

A big Gigantic thumbs up from me.

RiceWorks Sweet Chili Flavor review.

The color was nice and brown and orangy-reddish.

The sweet chili flavor was lacking a bit imo, but the taste was not bad though.

The bag I was eating had mostly broken crisps though and had the most crumbs I ever seen in bag.

I am going to give this snackfood item a medium sized thumbs up.

Rice Works Sesame Soy Flavor Review.....

The color for this one was brownish in color

The Sesame Soy flavor was very lacking

Not many broken chips in this bag.

I am going to give this flavor a minor thumbs up.

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