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French Fries, now I will have to find some marrons glacés. Do you think I could find any in Oregon?

LOL flipflopgirl :^) I will have to try that. I figure it's time for a new addiction or two.

Chefbuba, I'm just coming off an Atkins diet and letting myself eat more carbs. I really missed buttered toast, and I might get some Smucker's strawberry preserves to put on it, but just a small jar. I don't want to regain the pounds I lost. For chips, the original Kettle Chips from Salem, Oregon are my favorites.

Peachcreek, I think a little chocolate is a necessary exception to any "sensible" diet, or maybe a necessary part of one. :D Necessary either way.
 

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I got serious anxiety looking at the petit ecolier box. I never had them but I bet they must taste like these chocolate crusted "maria crackers" I use to vice on when I lived in Venezuela.

But, I honestly gotta say Nutella is my kryptonite.... don't judge me
Haha, I'm judging you in a favorable way.

Koukouvagia, what are Utz chips? I have to know.

Flipflop, the only thing better than Petit Ecolier biscuits, is them with tea. I grew up with tea time at 4:00 in Assam.
 

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In India you could (and I'm sure still can)  find potato chips made from kind of thick slices of potato, about twice as thick as what we're used to, that were dried before frying. They are very crunchy. You can also get them pretty heavily spiced, which I love.
 
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