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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

7-Eleven hot dog-flavored potato chips: when eating an actual hot dog is just too much work

Posted By on Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 10:04 AM

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According to the co-worker we caught eating them: "More mustardy than it has to be, with the satisfying musk of hot dog."

OK.

I guess, knee-jerk "ick" factor aside, it's no different than the (adorably packaged but fishy/styrofoamy) shrimp-flavored chips you see in Asian markets, or the wide range of flavors (flavours?) offered by English crisp brand Walker's, a few of which are pictured below. And, pending a check of the ingredients for actual meat, they might be a helpful step-down for new vegetarians with carnivorous cravings.

What do you think? Thumbs up or down for processed meat-flavored chips?

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