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I always buy the Kinnitoos, but the other day at the store, I saw they also had Mi-Del and they were $2/pack cheaper than the Kinnitoos . . . are the Mi-Del "oreos" as good as the Kinnitoos?? It would be nice since they are so much cheaper, but I sure love my Kinnitoos since they taste so close to the real Oreos.

Thanks!


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I personally hated the Mi-Del brand. My husband didn't really care for them either.

Hope that helps! Tephie

I always buy the Kinnitoos, but the other day at the store, I saw they also had Mi-Del and they were $2/pack cheaper than the Kinnitoos . . . are the Mi-Del "oreos" as good as the Kinnitoos?? It would be nice since they are so much cheaper, but I sure love my Kinnitoos since they taste so close to the real Oreos.

Thanks!


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We hate the mi-del ones. My kids call them hockey pucks! Kinni-toos are soooo much better.


-Colleen

Dx 8/05 via bloodwork and biopsy (total villous atrophy)

13-year old son Dx 11/05 via bloodwork and biopsy

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I can't do chocolate but I do the Vanilla midel ones with cream in the middle. They taste nothing like golden oreos, but I did like them because they are a good sugar fix.

I would say just buy it and see what you think!


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IMHO the K-toos are much, much better than the Midel ones. However, if you happen to be lucky enough to get a super fresh pack of Midel ones they're not bad. I've only ever had one bag though that wasn't hard as a brick. My DH likes the mint ones, but only because Kinnikinnick doesn't make one with mint cream. :)


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LOL! I'm laughing because Mi Del Cookies were one of the first gluten free foods I tried. OMGosh, I could not even bite through them. My whole family (not gluten free) tried them and my kids felt terrible for me because that was the kind of food mom had to eat.

So, it's nice to know the K-toos are better in case I ever want to try again! :P


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Dx'd with Celiac Disease 8/01/07

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