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French Fry Flowchart: Where to Go for Fries, Topped or Otherwise

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Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 8:00 AM

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Last week, we gave you 10 of our favorite french fries in Los Angeles. But, because great fries come in all stripes and can be found across the city, we decided to supplement the list with a little guide to help you find your perfect fry. Whether you want your spuds on the side or heavily topped with enough caloric weight to count as the meal itself, this french fries flowchart will show you the way. Turn the page.

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