for our instructable we are making the doritos bag smaller so that we use less plastic

Step 1: get the materials

2 doritos bag
1 ruler
1 pair of scissors
1 stapler
1 calculator (optional)

Now cook some hamburger (w/ taco seasoning) and add it to the half pouch! Then add diced tomatoes, dices lettuce, shredded cheese, sour cream, and maybe a bit of salsa!<br/>And you'll have . . .<br/>A "Walking Taco!"
Frito-Lay thinks different... <br> <br>Anyway, good try.
Ah, but this gives an example on how theoretical is not practical. Nacho chips are manufactured differently than Pringles chips which are stacked neatly into a can or smaller space. See if you can scoop up a measured amount of nacho chips and fill up your small container without breaking any. Then try to do that a hundred times a minute to get up to production speed. Fun to experiment and try.
It's the same with cereal*. There's a reason packs say &quot;contents may settle&quot;. <br> <br><sub>(There's a similar project for Cheerios - I'm guessing they are tasks set by the same teacher.)</sub>
That's awesome

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