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Talkin' Taters (fried potatoes & Wavy Lay's Funions)

Season 1, Ep. 112

WARNING: We do go quite blue at the end of this episode, so if you don't want to hear that kind of potty talk, you may want to skip the very end of the fried potato rankings.


This week on the show, we're talking fried potatoes and all of the ways we like to eat them. And we try the new Funions-flavored Wavy Lay's!


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Thank you so much for listening. We record these episodes for you, and we'd love to hear from you. Got a favorite vegan treat that you think we should cover on the podcast? Send your suggestions to talkintofupod@gmail.com or direct message us on Instagram or Twitter.

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