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Recommendations for crispbreads please

ermintrude

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#1
I want to find some crispbreads that are quite thin and I can have quite a few of. I dont really use crispbread and have only really tried Ryvita before but am I right there are some you can have 4, 5, 6 of as a HEXB? What are your favourites? I want to get some so I can have another go with my broad bean hummus and some other stuff. Thanks lovelies x :)
 
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#2
HXb acc Food Optimising 2011 book:

6 Finn Crisp Original Thin Crisps
4 Finn Crisp Plus, 5 Wholegrains Thin Crisp
5 Oats/Scan Bran
4 Ryvita Dark Rye/Original/Sesame
6 Ryvita Wholegrain Crackerbread
(copied exactly from my book, so no idea what item two means!)

I've only had the sesame ryvita and scan bran from that lot, but I hope you find something suitable! :)
 

ginlin

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#3
HXb acc Food Optimising 2011 book:

6 Finn Crisp Original Thin Crisps
4 Finn Crisp Plus, 5 Wholegrains Thin Crisp
5 Oats/Scan Bran
4 Ryvita Dark Rye/Original/Sesame
6 Ryvita Wholegrain Crackerbread
(copied exactly from my book, so no idea what item two means!)

I've only had the sesame ryvita and scan bran from that lot, but I hope you find something suitable! :)
The Finn crisp with 5 wholegrains are really thin and crispy, one of my favourites.
The Ryvita crackerbread are also good, and are very light and puffy.
 

ermintrude

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#4
Mmm I think I might have a go at the Finn ones then. And the Ryvita you can have six of. Normal Ryvita are a bit thick for me, Id rather have something thinner that I can have more of and actually taste the stuff on top! Thanks for the info x :)
 

ginlin

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#5
If it's thin then definately the finn crisp, because the ryvita wholegrain crackerbread are as thick as normal ryvita, but lighter and airier.
 

ermintrude

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#6
Ah OK cheers, I'm going rootling around the grocers next week so Ill stop off at Sainsburya and pick some up :) Thanks!
 

ermintrude

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#8
Oh do they? Im not a fan of rice cakes really :( Well Ill still have a go at the Finn thing anyway. I used to quite like that stuff that I think was just called 'Crackerbread' years ago, I didnt think it was like the ruce cakes Ive had which i find so dry they just bung my mouth up and drench all the liquid out of my tongue :eek: :D
 

silly sausage

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#9
How about making some melba toast?

Toast 2 small slices of wholemeal bread (hexB). Slice through the toast to make 4 full sized thin pieces and toast the untoasted side. You end up with 4 very thin pieces of toast. Cut into triangles. Not described very well. Hopefully you're psychic.
 

ermintrude

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#11
Ooh is it, yummy. Ive just googled it, its made by Ryvita now? Looks similar to the stuff I used to have in the 80's though, Ive put that on my list as well, thanks x :)
 

ermintrude

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#12
How about making some melba toast?

Toast 2 small slices of wholemeal bread (hexB). Slice through the toast to make 4 full sized thin pieces and toast the untoasted side. You end up with 4 very thin pieces of toast. Cut into triangles. Not described very well. Hopefully you're psychic.
Heh heh :D Ah I only have WW bread in which would be impossible to cut in half again as it is already the thickness of a leaf or something :( So it'd be just, er toast again for me, which I have every morning for brekkie. Thanks for the idea tho :)
 

lurverick

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#13
i love,love,love the ryvita wholegrain crackerbreads.
in fact im having them later with my hea of laughing cow lights spread on and chopped up apple...scrummy!
 

Kwise1

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#14
lurverick said:
i love,love,love the ryvita wholegrain crackerbreads.
in fact im having them later with my hea of laughing cow lights spread on and chopped up apple...scrummy!
I used to do that with grapes cut in half and stuck into the laughing cow extra light - yum 6 Ryvita whole- wheat thingies crackerbread and 6 laughing cow extra light plus ham and chutney or grapes - love it!!!

Finn crisp are scrum too - but I always snap them when spreading with laughing cow!!

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ermintrude

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#15
I lurrrrrrrve Laughing Cow. Light. (NOT Extra Light *bleurgh*)
 

Kwise1

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#16
ermintrude said:
I lurrrrrrrve Laughing Cow. Light. (NOT Extra Light *bleurgh*)
I like extra light Ermi nowt wrong with that lol - have to be doubly careful spreading it though!! Saw lo lo spread any ideas of it's synnage??

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ermintrude

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#17
Haven't seen Low Low anywhere yet, I want the hard stuff so I can melt it but nobody seems to have it round here :(
 

Kwise1

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#18
ermintrude said:
Haven't seen Low Low anywhere yet, I want the hard stuff so I can melt it but nobody seems to have it round here :(
Your not missing that much- it's in my tesco both as a slab , grated and spread. To be honest though most low fat cheese is just as nice

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ermintrude

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#19
I dont like most low fat cheese for cooking - it doesnt melt properly, just goes crispy and brown on the outside and gloopy on the inside. I heard Low Low doesnt do this and melts properly?
 

Kwise1

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#20
ermintrude said:
I dont like most low fat cheese for cooking - it doesnt melt properly, just goes crispy and brown on the outside and gloopy on the inside. I heard Low Low doesnt do this and melts properly?
It does melt yes - I'm gonna need to research this then as I'm sure cathedral lighter does too. But maybe not.

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