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Are there any brands of crispbreads that are actually edible?

omotosando | May 26, 200811:56 AM     30

For breakfast, I had a Wasa Light Rye crispbread. What's not to like? 30 calories and 7 grams of carbohydrates (only 4 grams if you are into that "net" carb thing). All well and good, but it tasted like cardboard.

Does anyone actually eat this stuff? Are crispbreads why everyone is so slim and athletic in Scandinavia (although I think Wasa is made in Germany). And more importantly, are there any crispbreads that are actually good?

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