Saturday, July 17, 2010

Another form of crack


Do not bring this product into your home.  It is highly addictive with low nutrional yield.  There are 2 other equally dangerous varieties of the same brand.  This warning must not be taken lightly.  Failure to heed may result in serious consequences. 

I oughta know.

25 comments:

  1. LOL! I hear you. I always admire those who do a total clean up of their kitchen. Could I do it? I think so (if it weren't for the husband, teenager and cute 5yr old!)...or maybe it's for them that I should???

    Actually, we're doing pretty good. My husband hasn't brought cookies home in about 3 weeks nor has he bought ice cream. We no longer buy french bread (that's HUGE for us). And haven't made a "doughnut run" in I don't know how long! I think the last 5lb sugar bag I bought (before going low-sugar/carb) was over 1 1/2 month ago and we still haven't opened it! So...pretty good.

    Happy Saturday :)

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  2. Exactly! I just look at it on the shelf, steel myself, shake my head, and keep going.

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  3. Yep. Carbs laced with chemicals known to induce cravings for MORE big bad evil crackers!

    Sorry you had a Close Encounter of the Dangerous Kind with them.
    Hope you are feeling better now.

    Loretta
    =^..^=

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  4. They even look like they would be very addictive !!!

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  5. Oh that's funny!!! I am fairly impartial to crackers but don't let me buy ice cream for the grandsons hmmmm. I should confess I'm sitting here with some emerald cocoa roast almonds- they're good for you hahahahaha.

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  7. OHMIGOD!!!!!!!! In revisiting to see comments, I looked at the picture and see that "Crack" is even in their name. How did I not see this before? Nabisco wasn't even smart enough to disguise this evil product. I'm going to contact them and suggest they change the name to "Full of Crack".

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  8. You are too funny! But yeah, I've had certain crack-like products in my house...boy are they dangerous!

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  9. Oh, man. Gluten and fat--an arch enemy for sure! Deb

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  10. Hahahaha. Good to know. I can't have that in my house. Noted. <3

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  11. Playing catch up and what really jumped out at me from the last several posts was PF Chang's Lettuce Wraps. Sigh. I still think it is better than most of the alternatives. Most crackers are crack for me now. Funny how that word is almost the same!

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  12. CRACKers can not be in my house without being SUPER healthy for you...so healthy that they aren't really any good! lol

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  13. Too funny! There are certain things that I view as crack too!

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  14. There are many evil products out there, many that I've never tasted, but all designed to sell more and more!

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  15. Yep, cheese and crackers are fatal in my weight loss efforts. As are Doritos (or similar...)

    Avoid, avoid, AVOID! :o)

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  16. Sing it, Sister. Anything cracker-like is indeed crack-like for me. I absolutely cannot keep them in my house. It's just safer that way. I know this from lots and lots of experience.

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  17. I will consider myself warned. I'm very susceptible to bread & cracker addiction. BTW, watch out for the dried-mango crack they sell at Costco, too.

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  18. Peanut-butter filled pretzels sold at Costco should also make your severely addictive warning list. Very high hand-to-mouth pop score.

    I'd be on a bender with those crackers immediately. Thanks for the heads-up!

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  19. lol....ACTUALLY I bought 2 boxes of the garlic & herb cheese ones about 2-3 months ago when they were buy one get one free. I still have a whole box of them in the pantry....dang things are tasty but just too salty for me and I'm not sure they're worth a whole 140 cals since they don't even come close to filling me up.

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  20. Thanks for the warning. I'll be sure to steer clear of these. They can't be any better than plain ol' Ritz with peanut butter.

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  21. Thanks for the warning....I've seen those tempting little demons and was sure I heard them whisper my name...

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  22. No problem, Leslie. You need to do what is working for you. :) Deb

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