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Good tasting with a crunchy texture nothing is added to the eight ounce can but water and citric acid. The entire can has 60 calories, 16 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of sugar (none added) and 4 grams of fiber. For people watching their salt intake, sodium level is zero.
I use water chestnuts in salads and a variety of Asian dishes like stir fry. Reasonably shelf stable, as an estimate the can in my prime pantry box has a Best By date about 20 months in the future, but this will vary.
Decent pantry item to have on hand. Sliced are more convenient in many cases, but this is the better option to keep on hand as one can slice by hand when needed without needing to go out make a special purchase of whole when that style is required. I can't say how they compare to other brands, but I generally use them as one of many ingredients so they add more to the texture overall than a specific unique taste shining through.
These are definitely canned whole water chestnuts. Tossed 'em in my stir fry MmmmMMMMmm. Not really sure what other kinds of things to say about them in a review... The can was not rusty or dented either so theres a positive.