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Does anyone know of any good crackers out there? I have tried Blue Diamonds, I think they are too hard and too salty. I would like to find a cracker to eat with cheese or to have with my soups. I don't care for hard, extra crispy crackers either. Please...Help.

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My favorite cracker is the MarysGone orginal flavor. Very yummy and great with cheese. I have a hard time keeping them around becuase my non-celiac husband eats them all!

Pam

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My favorite ones are by EnerG, but Hoffner's also makes a cracker that is very Ritz like... Glutino or is it Glutano (LOL) also makes a cracker that's pretty good... a flat cracker like the EnerG ones.

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I've got to add my vote for Ener-G. I get the one's called Wheat-Free Crackers. I buy them by the case. As we speak, my kids are eating Cheddar Easy Cheese on them, which is their favorite snack. I use them for just about everything. They're very much like Carr's Water Crackers and I use them the same way.

Nancy

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I've got to add my vote for Ener-G. I get the one's called Wheat-Free Crackers. I buy them by the case. As we speak, my kids are eating Cheddar Easy Cheese on them, which is their favorite snack. I use them for just about everything. They're very much like Carr's Water Crackers and I use them the same way.

Nancy

I have been looking for a crack also. I am eating Blue Diamond also, but do not really like them. I really miss my Ritz.. Could someone tell where I could purchase Glutino. I do not have acess to any health food stores where I live and I live on disability and food stamps so my income is limited. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

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I live in Colorado Springs and there is a bakery here, "Outside the Bread Box" that has great crackers - and they ship. It is a dedicated, gluten-free bakery.

I would recommend you google the name to get the website - I really like the cheese and the "saltine", but they also make a wholegrain cracker that I have not yet tried. Their other products are great...i just devoured an entire pie (5", but still). Funny, before I went Gluten-free, never wanted pie...

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I've been eating Asian Gormet Rice Crackers. They come in Regular, Cheese and Sesame flavor. I've found them reasonably priced in some of my local grocery stores.

Cindy

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I love the Ener G crackers. They make really good chocolate covered peanut butter crackers. Just spread them with PB and dip them in melted choc. allow them to harden. MMMMMMMMMMM

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Does anyone know of any good crackers out there? I have tried Blue Diamonds, I think they are too hard and too salty. I would like to find a cracker to eat with cheese or to have with my soups. I don't care for hard, extra crispy crackers either. Please...Help.

I had been wanting the same thing and I found them - Schars crackers. They are great!! It is true. They are real crackers. fragile though, but perfect taste. Also Schars (or dr. Schars) mix B - easy, really good bread. Not horrible heavy rice bread- genuine white bread. Good eating!

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I want to thank everyone for their input on crackers. I ordered some Glutino and two different kinds of Schars. It is great to have GOOD crackers again. I am not so unhappy with my situation right now. But I still would like to be able to make a good pizza crust like Pizza Hut's pan pizza. My strongest craving since I have been diagnosed. Any suggestions on that? Thanks again. ;)

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I want to thank everyone for their input on crackers. I ordered some Glutino and two different kinds of Schars. It is great to have GOOD crackers again. I am not so unhappy with my situation right now. But I still would like to be able to make a good pizza crust like Pizza Hut's pan pizza. My strongest craving since I have been diagnosed. Any suggestions on that? Thanks again. ;)

My friend made me a pizza using Gluten-free pantry pizza dough mix...it was so good! It totally tasted like pan-style pizza from pizza hut!

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My friend made me a pizza using Gluten-free pantry pizza dough mix...it was so good! It totally tasted like pan-style pizza from pizza hut!

I bought a package of that so I guess I will have to bake it up and see. Thanks! :)

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