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Po-tay-to, po-tah-to. Which tasty form of the beloved spud are you?


Updated March 14, 2019 08:01 AM EDT

Editor's note: This article was first published Feb. 8. We're bringing it back today in honor of National Potato Chip Day — celebrating the crunchy, salty form of the spuds you love!

NEW YORK (CIRCA) — While you'll have to wait all the way until August for National Potato Day, Feb. 8 is National Potato Lovers Day. So, it's a day to celebrate pretty much everyone, because if you wouldn't call yourself a potato lover, you're probably lying or confused.

If you're a true potato lover, you're likely to have a favorite way to enjoy them, whether it's one rooted in nostalgia and dollar menus or one inspired by the latest culinary trends. And with so many potential options for eating potatoes, we're here to tell you which one of them is the best fit for your personality!

Which tasty form of potato are you?

February is National Snack Food Month, because of course there would be an entire month dedicated to all of those delicious foods you reach for in between meals.

And there are so many ways to celebrate. You could try to eat a different snack every single day. You could experiment with new snack recipes. Or you could take this quiz to figure out exactly which snack food you would be! Give it a try, and then go grab a snack. You earned it.

Which snack food are you?

The McDonald's Dollar Menu is a beloved classic, whether the fast-food chain is a staple of your diet or a guilty pleasure.

For just a single buck, you can sink your teeth into a tasty sandwich—and for free, you can take this quiz to find out which Dollar Menu item is the best fit for your personality.

Which McDonald's Dollar Menu item are you?


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