Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Cooking Videos & TV, Educational, News and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on February 3, 2014

It’s always a good idea to know where the food you’re eating comes from and how it’s made. And fans of potato chips will probably be as fascinated as I was by the exploration of how Pringles are made.

While the brand featured in this How It’s Made segment aren’t actually Pringles, they’re another type of stackable chips, and therefore go through much the same process.

It turns out Pringles aren’t real potato chips, something I guess we all should have realized given their unique taste and uniform shape, size, and texture.

The process is extremely interesting, showing how they get cut, cooked, shaped, and stacked in the tubes. And the good news is it’s put me off ever eating them again.

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