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Absolutely Gluten-Free Kosher Toasted Onion Crackers

At this point, there are lots of gluten-free crackers on the market. While many of them taste great, a lot of them contain soy, corn starch and/or rice flour, which can be problematic for some people. Additionally, not all of them are Kosher. Absolutely Gluten-Free Toasted Onion Crackers not only taste great, but they're Kosher, gluten-, corn-, rice- and soy-free as well.

Having these crackers around the office has been great. They remind me of water crackers: they have that light, airy, crispy texture that makes them just perfect for overeating. These crackers are more flavorful though, which I would partially attribute to them being made primarily from tapioca and potatoes. They also have a subtle stone-baked flavor that complements the toasted onion well.

I have enjoyed these both out of the bag (eaten by the handful), and with soft cheese. They're a yummy, adaptable snack and I highly recommend them.

Order them online at GlutenFreeMatzo.com.

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Olinda Paul
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Looking forward to trying these as most GF crackers leave me less than excited about them.




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