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For Fries, Head to Britain - the Chip Capital!

by Tanya Thomas on May 26, 2010 at 10:45 AM
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 For Fries, Head to Britain - the Chip Capital!

It's official! Britain has been christened the chip capital of the world. A survey found out that the country has 16 different varieties of chips.

Other most chip consuming countries like France and US only prefer basic French fries. But the survey revealed that there are a number of chip types served in Britain with a range of regional tastes, reports The Sun.

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Northeast chip lovers prefer the classic fish shop style, while the people down South, Midlands and Northern Ireland go for steakhouse cut.

Londoners favour the thin and crispy variety.

The survey conducted by Tesco found 16 types of chips, and 13 regional preferences.

Source: ANI
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