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All I have to say is EW! I guess the Glutino Brand gluten-free Cracker Flax (Tomato & Onion flavor) is just not for me..... I'm a little burned out on the rice crips I've been eating. What else is out there?


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I get the Glutino crackers that look like Ritz crackers, they have a buttery taste. I liked them. If I cannot get those I get the EnerG brand as well.


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I get the Glutino crackers that look like Ritz crackers, they have a buttery taste. I liked them. If I cannot get those I get the EnerG brand as well.

I haven't tried the Glutino Flax Seed ones, but the plain ones that are shaped like a Ritz cracker are incredible! Other than rice crackers, they are the only cracker I will eat. They kinda taste like a cross between a Saltine and a Ritz cracker.


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I haven't tried the Glutino Flax Seed ones, but the plain ones that are shaped like a Ritz cracker are incredible! Other than rice crackers, they are the only cracker I will eat. They kinda taste like a cross between a Saltine and a Ritz cracker.

I will have to look for those. are they completely safe or are they made in a facility with other wheat products like the blue diamonds (i think that is the name of the ones)

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Glutino makes all gluten-free foods so I'm assuming all of the facilities are gluten-free. The flax ones taste like....well, a big handful of flax seeds...... ugh! I'll have too look for the ritz type ones. those sound tasty!


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In all the stores I have shopped in, the only place I have found the Ritz type ones was at the Gluten Free Source in Dillsburg PA.

I do like Nut Thins too.


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We also love the Glutino ones that are like Ritz crackers. Even the little boy I watch who isn't gluten-free loves them and begs me for them! LOL!


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I haven't been able to find the Ritz type Glutino crackers. Are they in a box like their other crackers and do they have a special name?

One weekend when I have time I want to make a special run to the store in Dillsburg; it is probably a couple of hours from me. Is it worthwhile?

Thanks!

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They are in a big box, and I believe the box is either dark blue or black. Can't remember off hand. It is a chunky box and there are two packages of crackers in it.


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You can order them on amazon - just search gluten free crackers in both the grocery section and the gourmet foods section - I can't remember which one they are in. You do have to order in bulk though (6 boxes I think), but they are very good and don't have too much of a flavor so go great with cheese, etc. My 2 1/2 year old (not gluten-free herself) loves them too!

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I don't see them on Amazon (only the banana flax seed ones, but here is a link from Glutino's site.

http://70.47.23.213/sale_sheets/Glutino/Cr...mp;%20Rusks.pdf

http://www.glutino.com/index.php?option=co...&Itemid=104

There new pretzels are also incredible. My husband actually told me a few weeks ago that he no longer likes regular pretzels after eating these :)


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Gluten free since July 6, 2005

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