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The New York Times
To Munch: Crispy Toasted Coconut For an Addictive Snack
Vincent Kitirattragarn, a 28-year-old engineer turned entrepreneur, was trying his mother’s recipe for a northern Thai snack wrapped in lettuce that called for toasted coconut. He wound up more taken with the coconut than the dish and is now in the business of producing and selling toasted coconut chips. The brand is Dang, named for his mother. The chips, which are made in Thailand, are subtly salted and sweetened and frankly addictive as a nibble, but can also be used as a topping or crushed to make a breading. We liked the plain better than the salty caramel style because the coconut flavor was more assertive: Dang Toasted Coconut Chips are about $3 for 1.43 ounces, $5 for 3.17 ounces at Whole Foods markets, dangfoods.com.