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Tried another one the next day and they had already gone stale even though they were in a baggie.
The crispbreads have a somewhat cardboard taste, but mainly tasted like toasted grains, with maybe a hint of cinnamon (but i'm probably imaginging that).
Add a topping that you like...tuna, jam, Laughing Cow light cheese wedges (the French Onion is great), etc.
They are basically a "free" food while dieting, they are super for "moving things along", shall we say! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Izzy
I love these, they go along with the book Fat to Skinny Fast and Easy by Doug Varrieur. Keep you full till the next meal and full of Bran. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Squirt
They are a little cardboard-y for my taste, but dunking them in milk or soup helps with the texture a little bit. Difficult to eat with spreads or cheese. Read morePublished 4 months ago by whoaitsaimz
For everyone's convenience, here is the labeling from the two versions of this cracker.
Notice that they are now labeled with DOUBLE the number of calories per slice. Read more
These crackers take a while to get use to. I have learned to like them for the health benefits but not exactly what I'd call tasty. They are a means to an end....literally!Published 5 months ago by R. Risher
I have tried these dry and with toppings and I have to say that I would imagine it is like eating a block of sandpaper, though I have never eaten sandpaper. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kenlah0406
these are extremely dry cardboard......drink LOTS of water with these. sometimes i have them with peanut butter, which hides the taste.Published 8 months ago by bernie
very hard, dry crackers. eat with cottage cheese on top of or break up and use for croutons in a salad.Published 9 months ago by Cathy Scott
Not even close to being worth the cost----on a scale of 1 to 10----a 2 at best-----95% of what we purchased are still in the package and will probably go in the trash can.Published 9 months ago by Irv Christy