Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
I recently got to try Mary's Gone Crackers Super Seed Crackers and I have to admit that I was impressed. I didn't think by looking at the box that they would be very good but I wrong and the taste kind of grew on me.
I do have to warn you though, they have something in them that after a few crackers I realized that there was something hot in them, like some type of pepper. I have a very sensitive stomach so I could only eat a few and then I had to give the rest to my best friend who loves these kind of crackers. I didn't want to take the chance of stirring up my I.C. either, (chronic bladder pain) because spicy foods will trigger an episode so I knew to back away from them. But, if you can eat spicy foods, then you will absolutely love these!
They are made with a gluten free cracker recipe of organic, wheat free, whole grain brown rice, quinoa, flax seeds, and sesame seeds to exclude tamari for our new soy free Super Seed Crackers. Made with sunflower, pumpkin and poppy seeds also. I tried looking at the label and all I could find was black pepper so maybe that's all it is but still it was enough that I was able to tell the inside of my mouth started burning so maybe I just got ahold of a batch that had a little too much pepper on them?
But, my friend loved them and she even took some with her to a church meeting and some of the guys there thought they were pretty awesome also. They had cheeses that they put on top of them and I bet that held down the pepper taste. My husband isn't into the healthy, organic thing so I knew better than to ask him to try them!
Also, you will be glad to know that they are made right here in the good ole U.S.A. They are made in a factory that they have dedicated themselves to making it gluten free, dairy free and nut free facility. They also have 450 mg. of omega-3s per serving (30g).
They have other flavors of crackers along with cookies, crumbs and pretzels. So, if these particular crackers don't sound like your thing, then they have a host of other products to try out.
I started my career as a psychotherapist helping others to manifest their truest selves. It took a cherished chiropractor for me to realize mine. When I was 43, my chiropractor figured out that I had celiac disease; an autoimmune disorder that had left me debilitated most of my life, caused by an inability to digest gluten, found in wheat, barley, rye and most oats. Her wisdom and experience changed my life.
I cut out all gluten immediately, easily. I was so happy to finally understand the root of my distress. Suddenly I had energy to live my life, fully and with relish. My body was working with me instead of seemingly against me. Without even noticing the changes at first, I soon realized that I was happier and more energetic than I had ever felt. As part of my self-care (and self-discovery), I turned my lifelong passion for baking into creating all kinds of gluten free goodies—from crackers and cookies to pancakes and pretzels—I transformed my gluten recipes into delicious alternatives.
My favorite concoction was a whole grain cracker made with brown rice, quinoa, and flax and sesame seeds.
I took them everywhere. Before having the crackers, I’d watch my friends eat bread before our meals at restaurants, wishing I had something to snack on. Once I had the crackers, I’d bring them along in a little bag, munching contentedly while my friends ate the restaurant goodies. I brought them to parties and coupled them with soft cheeses, fresh guacamole, tangy salsas and other toppings provided at these events, no longer feeling deprived.Connect with Mary's Gone Crackers:
Address: P.O. Box 965
Gridley, CA 95948
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