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No Potatoes were inhumanely treated in the production of this great tasting snack

Updated on November 17, 2015

It's Both Incredible & Edible

I wanted to write a short hub on one of this world's naturally delicious favorite snacks. I haven't seen another hub out there on this one particular topic, but that certainly doesn't mean that there isn't another hub out there on this topic either. So far I have written a few hubs that merely give clues to the subject's identity, and lets the visitors guess what the subject may be. So I thought I would give it another shot with this hub.

This food starts off with good old fresh farm grown potatoes, which are all cooked in all natural oil with a dash of everyday household salt. This is all perfected so that every single one of these delicious treats are perfectly crispy and crunchy, each and every time for the consumer bites into them to eat.

All of the ingredients for this snack hold absolutely no preservatives whatsoever $6. There's only three basic all natural ingredients from nature in this food, which consists of potatoes, salt, and vegetable oil. This vegetable oil can sometimes be sunflower, corn, and or canola oil. Now these are the basic ingredients for only the classic flavor in this snack. There's also an entire array of assorted flavors that this food comes in as well. There is barbecue, sour cream, ranch, and the list goes on and on just like the energizer bunny rabbit for every taste bud out there.

This snack claims that it contains zero grams of trans fat, not that I really understand what all of that means, and it is sold in bags sometimes as small as one little net. ounce. I really can't get into disclosing any of the company names that manufacture this snack, without giving away it's true identity, and what fun would that be anyway. But one story about this snack that comes to mind was said to have happened in one of the processing plants where it's produced. One day a forklift operator got to day dreaming while eating this snack food, and they forgot what they were doing and drove right out of a dock door. They weren't hurt, but needless to say a new plant rule immediately went into effect prohibiting the eating of this product while operating heavy equipment.

Don't let this happen to you!
Don't let this happen to you!

So what's the name of this snack food?

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    • rrnewmed profile image

      rrnewmed 

      5 years ago

      Seems to obvious that it's potato chips. What's the twist?

    • TheHoleStory profile imageAUTHOR

      TheHoleStory 

      6 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia

      Yes "the girls", you are 100% correct. All of the information for this little hub came straight off of a bag of Lay's Classic Potato Chips. And you are right about the air, and I agree Lay's are selling bags of air with a few potato chips accidentally inside of them.

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      Theresa Ventu 

      6 years ago from Los Angeles, California

      Is it Lay's potato chips? I heard they sell air in a bag with chips in it :-)

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      Joyce Haragsim 

      6 years ago from Southern Nevada

      I enjoyed your hub it was funny Mr.Potato Head gave away your secret. Voted up and Funny, Joyce.

    • Credence2 profile image

      Credence2 

      6 years ago from Florida (Space Coast)

      As always, nice to see you back in great form. It was a fun article, thanks

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      Bonny OBrien 

      6 years ago from Troy, N.Y.

      Guess I'm a little late guessing potato chips. Cute hub! Voted up.

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      hoteltravel 

      6 years ago from Thailand

      My vote goes to potato chips. I liked this riddle hub idea. Voted up and interesting.

    • neeleshkulkarni profile image

      neeleshkulkarni 

      6 years ago from new delhi

      potatoes are healthy,

      potatoes are fun,

      you eat enuf of them

      you get yourself a son

      https://hubpages.com/literature/begtting-a-son...

      (there was a research paper on this!!!)

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      Zulma Burgos-Dudgeon 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      A tweet is a 140-character post on Twitter. And yes, it's a good thing as it exposes this humourous to a wider audience. Sorry for the confusion.

    • TheHoleStory profile imageAUTHOR

      TheHoleStory 

      6 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia

      I just wanted to let all of you good people know that since this hub is so new, that I want to hold off for a little while before I disclose the answer. I hope that this is alright with everybody, and I really do like the answers that are showing up here. I also want to thank phoenix2327 for the tweet you gave this hub. I really don't know exactly what a tweet is, but I guess it's a good thing & I really do appreciate it!

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      Urmila 

      6 years ago from Rancho Cucamonga,CA, USA

      Me too. I say, Ruffle potato chips.

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      the beer brain 

      6 years ago from USA

      I'm going to say Ruffles Lite...although tempted to say French Fries - must be hungry.....how about the alternative - shaped differently made from vegetables with a food accessory title?

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      Thomas Silvia 

      6 years ago from Massachusetts

      Is it......potato chips ????

    • flashmakeit profile image

      flashmakeit 

      6 years ago from usa

      Most be potato chips....I wish I knew how to make them taste as good as lays.

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      cnwriter 

      6 years ago from Los Angeles

      Interesting piece...crisps sit in your tum and are not easily digested just like popcorn....be ware!

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      I agree with phoenix2327 -- it's potato chips. I used to eat these things and they are very, very tasty but have to avoid them due to starch and sugar content. I wish that companies would switch to using sunflower oil as a standard. This would make it slightly more nutritious. Interesting hub and very good in leading to the next article!

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      Zulma Burgos-Dudgeon 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      I say it's potato chips. Or crisps if you're from the UK. Voted interesting and socially shared.

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