What you see here in a big ol' piles of jojos. They're a thicker cut french fry, crisp on the outside, soft on the inside. These ones here are from Bob's Burgers and Brews and are absolutely amazing. The perfect compliment to my cubano or whatever meal you opt for.

Now, I totally understand the idea of the french fry. It's simply a cheap, filler food. Potatoes are cheap, easy to make them a bazillion different ways and french fries are the staple of almost any restaurant menu. What's not to love?

Well, I can't have that much salt all at once. And I don't wanna be that guy who asks for fries without salt.

Fortunately there are options at many places in Yakima. I loved that Bobs offered Jojos. Yes, they still have salt on them but with how large these are, I figure if these are twice the size of french fries that means there's twice as less salt.

Maybe? Probably not, but that logic works for me.

Though they still exist in many places, jojos at gas stations and mini-marts are often the best you'll ever find. Some have a small boat of them but there were some that offered them individually on the cheap. I want to say I remember getting them 25 cents each when I was a kid in the 80s. I'm sure they're much more expensive now.

Also, dumb fact, but when I lived in Idaho they never knew them as jojos. Everyone called them potato logs. Same thing, just worse name. Much worse. But this is also the same state that calls elephant ears 'tiger ears' so take trivia with a grain of low-sodium salt.

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