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Tesco Potato Triangles

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Brand: Tesco / Type: Crisps

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      10.10.2009 21:34
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      Potato triangles were a delicious, staple part of my childhood, a children's party just wasn't complete without them so I got a little overexcited when I saw these at a mere 92p on an infrequent trip to Tescos. I just had to reminisce with them! Tesco also had an offer on where you could buy 3 bags of any Tesco snack range for £2, as I'm a sucker for an 'offer' I indulged and also got some salt & vinegar sticks and cheese balls. The Potato Triangles come in a big 200g bag which is easily big enough to share. The packet is red with little pictures of the triangles on it as shown in the picture, wholly boring packaging. My excitement grew when I got home and opened the bag, the triangles look identical to the ones I remember, each side being about an inch long and puffy in places. Now either my memory is not what it once was or that is where the similarities end. The crisps are utterly inedible and are unfit for human consumption. They taste of cardboard; have no salt or seasoning on them and very little crunch. I only managed to eat two handfuls and then threw the rest of the bag away, they really are that bad!

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