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Old 04-18-2011, 01:13 PM   #11
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I made these with rye flour: Crunchy Crackers : King Arthur Flour
They sound yummy, but they are a lot more effort than my recipe. Of course, I don't know that they aren't worth the extra effort.
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Old 04-18-2011, 01:19 PM   #12
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They sound yummy, but they are a lot more effort than my recipe. Of course, I don't know that they aren't worth the extra effort.
They were really good! I thought they were worth it, I read the reviews before I made them and they were easy to roll out with my pasta machine.
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They were really good! I thought they were worth it, I read the reviews before I made them and they were easy to roll out with my pasta machine.
Yeah, but were they better than my easy recipe?
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Do your "Seedy Crackers" come from the bad part of town?
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Do your "Seedy Crackers" come from the bad part of town?


I thought it was funnier sounding that way, while still being descriptive.
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Yeah, but were they better than my easy recipe?
Can't say until I try yours...I need to buy some more whole wheat flour.
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