Open Crisp Packets From The Bottom To Ensure Maximum Flavour

Pouring out a packet of crisps or other savoury snacks for sharing? Rip open the foil packet from the bottom rather than the top and you’ll ensure that more of the flavourings which have settled to the bottom of the package actually get distributed across the crisps.

You may have been doing this for years, but if not, it’s definitely a trick worth adopting, as Lifehacker’s publisher Seamus reminded me earlier this week when there was a spare packet kicking around the office and crying out to be shared. Obviously, it’s also a good strategy for savoury biscuits (Shapes and their ilk), which can also find all their most flavourful elements elusively clustered at the base.

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