I am always on the lookout for Healthy, Crunchy Snacks, because like most other families, we love snacks too. I make a lot of soups and it's always nice to have crackers to eat with the soup or to eat with other toppings. But I usually resort to buying some version of Rice Crackers because most boxed crackers usually have a few ingredients at least, that are sketchy, such as "natural flavors" or "natural butter flavor", etc. We also steer clear of corn products because corn is the most difficult to digest grain and it is 95% GMO in the US so it's extremely inflammatory. And when you are also avoiding Wheat, other gluten/gmo grains and Soy the options get a little slim.
This is why I really like these crackers by FinnCrisp and Wasa. They only have a few ingredients and are imported from Germany, Sweden and Finland. They don't allow GMO's in these Countries. And the grains are harvested the Old-Fashioned way allowing for all of the nutrients to take hold. So, even though these are not "technically" Gluten-Free, these grains won't be a problem in small moderation for over 95% of the population, because Rye and Sourdough are filled with fantastic nutrients and probiotics and naturally have very low gluten-content. This is why very often, even the most gluten-sensitive people can go to Europe and eat gluten-filled foods and not get sick. :)
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