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How its made: pringles
posted September 11 2013 13:25.02 by spic0m

Ever wondered how stackable chips are made?


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  • At 11 September 2013, 13:55:44 user muginshot wrote:   [reply @ muginshot]
    • Yeah... ok. Pretty impressive i must admit. Especially this sheet of potato, i'd love to use it as a cover during the night and as a breakfast in the morning all in one shot. Nevertheless, the video lacks of something, the real ingredients per se:

      "Pringles have only about 42% potato content [...] Other ingredients can include artificial sweeteners like maltodextrin and dextrose, monosodium glutamate (MSG), disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, sodium caseinate, modified food starch, monoglyceride and diglyceride, autolyzed yeast extract [...]"

      That was point #1. Point #2 is a challenge to everyone of you - Get a potato, slice it as thin as you ca, or as thick as you like, then fry it for 9 seconds or more and try to make it crispy like all commercial potato chips. Notice that the natural potato cannot be crispy unless burned... Make your conclusions.

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