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I have never baked a cake or biscuits before,but I gave these crackers a go the other day.i followed the original recipe down to the tee,and even brought my first set of measuring cups etc.they turned out fantastic,:Dmuch better than any brought biccy I ever had.the first batch only lasted a week with the misses enjoying them as well.:D
thanks optimist.:D
 

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Oh this is wonderful to have the recipe without nuts so we can all eat them. Although maybe I could be a little piggy and make the ones with almonds for myself since everyone else can eat regular breads. I've been getting a little tired of having everything on celery (strings in my teeth and all that).
 

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I thought I'd bump this recipe up for you all who haven't seen it. This is one awesome cracker. If you have the fortitude, you'll want to read through this whole thread. Questions answered. Variations galore.

I just baked a batch today so I can have a fresh batch to take on a road trip. Can't be without my crackers!
 

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I used to make these constantly but haven't for a couple years. I ironically, a couple weeks ago I ordered a boatload of brown sesame seeds from Amazon so to start again because I have so many things to put on crackers.

They're awesome.
 

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I'm baking a couple batches of this, my favorite cracker. I made a change that I I like. I replaced 1/4 cup of the almond meal with ground walnuts (run through the blended - more course than almond meal).

It baked well. Walnuts have a bit fewer carbs than almonds, and I like the flavor. The more course grind gives the cracker more mouth appeal IMO.
 
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