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    Prawn Crackers/Chips that has been ...? What should I call?




    When the air inside the bag came out, the cracker will feel "loose", numb or not flaky when you eating it. What should I call for this condition? Absurd cracker?
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    Re: Prawn Crackers/Chips that has been ...? What should I call?

    Do you mean the crackers become soft, i.e. not crispy?
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    Re: Prawn Crackers/Chips that has been ...? What should I call?

    You mean after the bag has been open for a while?

    "Stale" is the word.

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    Re: Prawn Crackers/Chips that has been ...? What should I call?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    Do you mean the crackers become soft, i.e. not crispy?
    Yes, when you eating it feels soft, not crispy.

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    Re: Prawn Crackers/Chips that has been ...? What should I call?

    Is this sentence correct if I am describing it to others? "Hmm, the chips is staled. Dont eat too much."

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    Re: Prawn Crackers/Chips that has been ...? What should I call?

    'The chips have gone stale, so don't eat them.'
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    Re: Prawn Crackers/Chips that has been ...? What should I call?

    "are stale"

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