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Rippled Salt & Vinegar Chips?

ScoobySnacks20 Mar 29, 2012 11:48 AM

I know its far from high brow, but does anyone make ripple Salt & Vinegar chips anymore? I used to find Ruffles, but they seem to have discontinued the "flavor".

I rather like the thickness of the chips vs the vinegar taste.

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    Plateaumaman Apr 4, 2012 01:11 PM

    Well, that seems like a rather resounding "non" on the rippled chips, hey? There are some good British chips around, Tyrrell's potato chips, that have good flavours like Worcestershire sauce and sun-dried tomato. Apparently they make a sea salt and vinegar "furrowed" chip. Maybe it can be ordered from one of the places carrying them? I get them at Vieille Europe or Fruiterie le Plateau.

    1. CallAnyVegetable Apr 4, 2012 07:38 PM

      I hurt with you...nothing left but the bland Lay's....

      (Not rippled but the Miss Vickie vinegar variety is still scrumptious)

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        unlaced Apr 4, 2012 08:03 PM

        Have you tried Tourtiere Australienne? They might import some from Australia - they would be expensive, but might satisfy your craving! A guilty pleasure of mine is to make a white bread, butter and salt and vinegar chip sandwich - so bad but so good!

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        1. re: unlaced
          ScoobySnacks20 Apr 5, 2012 06:52 AM

          Lol, I'm not that desparate!

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            Haggisboy Apr 5, 2012 07:57 PM

            I think that's what Elvis was eating on the toilet when he died.

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              porker Apr 6, 2012 09:59 AM

              Likey!

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