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 Fries: straight vs. crinkle-cut

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yumbo

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Fries: straight vs. crinkle-cut Mon, 05/5/03 12:43 PM (permalink)
This weekend I had some wonderful Halibut -n- chips in Bremerton. The only downside was that the fries were of the crinkle-cut variety. I've always thought the wavy cut makes for a weird texture. The insides taste more mealy. Does anyone share this opinion?

Also - why do they do this? Is it for novelty? Does the increased surface area make them fry faster?

-Yumbo
 
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