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    After trying the Lamb Weston French fries which we really liked we noticed they had wide cut hash browns, so we decided to give those a try.
    A couple of fried eggs some homemade bacon and the hash browns, a super good breakfast. The hash browns were as good as the fries, much better than any other frozen hash browns we’ve ever had.

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    Thanks for the update Rich. I'll have to try those too.
    We had their super crispy steak cut fries, they were great too.


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    How is the seasoning / salt taste?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    How is the seasoning / salt taste?
    Of the 3 LW style fries we've tried, all have tasted lightly salted, no other seasoning taste.
    No mention of spices on the ingredient lists either.

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    I've tried these before, they are good. This thread prompted me to buy another bag of the shoestring fries.

    But the frozen fry that I recently tried and really liked and thought was a very close imitation of the real thing is:

    Arby's Seasoned Curly Fries

    They seem to contain a lot of oil, which really fries them while heating in the oven.


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    Where do you find those? What stores / online sites?

    It says it's unavailable right now on Amazon.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    Where do you find those? What stores / online sites?

    It says it's unavailable right now on Amazon.com.
    I bought them at Walmart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Allingham View Post
    I bought them at Walmart.
    Thanks for the tip Chris, Barb loves Arbys curly fries. I'll look for them the next time we go to Wally's .
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    I had the crinkle style fries when you posted this, I've since gone through ~3 bags of these & they turn out incredible from the air fryer. I assume they'd turn out well in the oven, especially on a wire rack.

    I made chili cheese fries a few times this week with these....today included.

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    I got a bag of the Checkers / Rallys fries the other day & they're probably my new favorite. I saw the Arbys curly fries, I'll try them next.

    ~16 min @ 400F in the air fryer for almost half a bag, which is almost a full dinner plate


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