What's the right way to close a bag of chip bars? (Howcast)
Love French fries? Well, it turns out that these snacks could be much tastier, but until now we just ate them wrong. A food lover posted a video of just 10 seconds online, but it just drives your mind crazy. Justin Chopples, who usually posts food-related content on his TikTok, claims there's one simple step associated with opening the bag that everyone doesn't know needs to be done and it improves the taste significantly.
He filmed himself eating a bag of Doritos, but he just opened it upside down. He explained the reason: "See all the seasoning that builds up below? That's why you have to open the bag upside down, that way all the seasoning goes down on the Doritos themselves."
Watch and you'll understand
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@justinchopelas This is the new way to open all Doritos chips‼️? @doritos #foodhack #hack #doritos #food #foodie #fypシ #viral #explore #chips ♬ original sound - JustinChopelas
Sound goofy? Maybe, but it's probably really true and in the documentation you can see that Doritos is really spicy (you don't know about the taste, you have to try that to know). Since this video went online, it has gone viral, amassing 2.5 million views.
Most of the responses were enthusiastic and everyone admitted that they did not know this secret. "Why am I only learning this at 34?" wrote one commenter, but someone suggested another solution: "Simplify, rattle the bag before you open it." Surprisingly, there were those who refused to try his method because of superstition: "I was told that if I open the bag upside down it brings bad luck. Even now as an adult I don't do that," one user admitted.
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