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Old 12-09-2019, 05:20 PM   #1
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Hen Of The Woods Sea Salted Kettle Cooked Potato Chips Review...



Spotted a bag of this stuff at Marshalls for 3 bucks.

The bag included a bunch of medium sized potato chips.

The chips were white in color.

I would say this chip does have more sodium per serving than most potato chips I have reviewed.

The chips had amazing crunch.

You can certainly taste the salt used for this chip.

This gave the chip an amazing flavor. A stronger flavor for a potato chip.

I have to give this chip a big thumbs up and a must buy for sure. This is one of the best just plain salted potato chips I have ever tasted.

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Old 12-10-2019, 01:47 PM   #2
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Doesn't surprise me it was salty.

Only ever had hen of the woods once. Fried up in salt, pepper and garlic...still bland as the day is long.
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And I thought these were going to have a mushroom flavour, since hen of the woods is a type of edible mushroom.
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And I thought these were going to have a mushroom flavour, since hen of the woods is a type of edible mushroom.

I thought and was hoping the same
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