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#1 Old 04-27-2010, 11:39 AM
 
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Lol. I once spent 45-minutes in the cracker aisle looking for vegan crackers. I had no luck. I wonder what kind of crackers you guys buy?
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If you have an Aldis store, their Savoritz crackers are all (the ones I've seen at least) vegan. They have 12 grain, whole wheat, and reg. crackers like ritz. They also have rosemary and olive and reg. ones like triscuit. As good, if not better, and almost 1/2 the price.

Nabisco orginal graham crackers are the only ones I know that are vegan.

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Lol. I once spent 45-minutes in the cracker aisle looking for vegan crackers. I had no luck. I wonder what kind of crackers you guys buy?



I gave up looking at tiny ingredient lists printed under the folded seam on reflective plastic wrap. I decided to make my own so that I knew exactly what went into them and could flavor them to my tastes. Here are the recipes I came up with. Flatbread Cracker Recipes. I've since made a few other variations and will post them at some point. It's honestly dead simple to make them and well worth the effort.

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Nabisco orginal graham crackers are the only ones I know that are vegan.



The only graham crackers? I've seen lots of Health Valley ones (diff. varieties) at stores that looked vegan, haven't checked in a while, though.
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Flax crackers are usually vegan, too, if you look in the raw section/if you have one. You will have to poop the next day and get your insides cleaned out, though.
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Moeskendalenyrfsdottir crackers. I don't know where you can get them in the US.

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i love mary's gone crackers...they're gluten-free also
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I gave up looking at tiny ingredient lists printed under the folded seam on reflective plastic wrap. I decided to make my own so that I knew exactly what went into them and could flavor them to my tastes. Here are the recipes I came up with. Flatbread Cracker Recipes. I've since made a few other variations and will post them at some point. It's honestly dead simple to make them and well worth the effort.



That's a great idea! Maybe this weekend I'll have to try doing that.
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Moeskendalenyrfsdottir crackers. I don't know where you can get them in the US.



Wow. That's a cracker name? Quite the mouthful.
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Triscuits. I usually get the plain Reduced Fat kind, but I'm pretty sure some of the flavored varieties are vegan as well.
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Ritz... saltines... triscuits... and the store generics of these.

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I buy Ritz the most (for my son) and Asian Rice crackers for myself (they're gluten-free!)

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i love mary's gone crackers...they're gluten-free also



I love those too. They go so well with hummus.

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#16 Old 04-28-2010, 10:37 AM
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I buy Triscuits and sometimes saltines.
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i love mary's gone crackers...they're gluten-free also



I want to try these - I saw these at Costco, and they are so much cheaper there as opposed to the grocery store. So, I might just splurge and buy a huge box from Costco this week, haha.
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Wheat Thins (original, multi-grain, some flavors), Triscuits (original, some flavors), Club (original, multigrain, garlic "butter"). Some of the other brands are vegan, but I've learned to stick to my safe bets.



I love the Mary's Gone Crackers, but they're disturbingly expensive.

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I think this is only available in Canada, it's Sobey's brand "Compliments" jazz crackers. I get the reduced salt. It taste just like Ritz (but reduced salt version I guess), with no hydrogenated oils, or palm oil, and no artificial colours or flavours, and I am pretty sure it doesn't have any preservatives either. It's damn tasty and well nothing bad in it.
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#21 Old 05-06-2010, 07:58 PM
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I eat Mary's Gone Cracker's - Love them!
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