Wednesday, May 19, 2010


One of the best things about these gluten-free crackers is that you can find them almost anywhere. Neighborhood supermarkets carry these wheat-free rice crackers, as do health stores both large and small and the kind of small specialty shops that sell cheese or olives. It's such a relief for gluten-free celiacs or the gluten-intolerant to be able to stop in a pick up crackers for hors d'oeuvres just as any civilian would do.

Ka-Me rice crackers range from the mild and delicate (the Original) to the knock-your-socks-off (the Wasabi). In between are the Black Sesame and Soy (made with tamari, not wheat-containing soy sauce) , Cheese, Sesame, Seaweed (great ungarnished) and Mini rice crackers. sold in 90-calorie packages.

The Ka-Me brown rice crisps are packed in cylindrical boxes and come in Korean Barbecue, Original, Teriyaki and Szechuan flavors. Are you thinking these might go well with peanut butter? Or a sweet red pepper dip? These crisps and crackers come in such delicious flavors they're bound to inspire creative leaps in the shyest cook.  

More gluten-free snacks you might enjoy: 

Diamond Nut Thins

Schar Shortbread

Mary's Gone Crackers

Trader Joe Plantain Chips

Food Should Taste Good Tortilla Chips

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