I wish there were a way to take back my page view of this post. Perhaps you don't see it this way, but as a frequent visitor to your blog I feel insulted by a post like this. If there really isn't anything of interest to say about a given product, just pass it by in favor of something worth spilling a little ink about. Or take the day off. There's only so much exploring one can do before fatigue sets in!
I agree with DLK. Perfect review.
Dear Anonymous --I hope you won't be insulted (insulted?) if I quote Messrs. William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White, in their masterwork "The Elements of Style."To wit, Principle of Composition #17: "Omit needless words."This review perfectly illustrates the wisdom of that Principle.DLK
These crackers are a perfect vessel for any TJs dip. My preference is to consume massive amounts of these with TJs edamame hummus. The small size of the crackers is compensated by the option of stacking as many crackers together as possible and smearing them through your dip of choice. Also, the incorporation of inulin and fibers leads to a night full of opulent flatulance and an exceptionally painless A.M. B.M.
Band Name of the Day: Opulent Flatulence.This, too, is an extremely useful review. Don't think I've ever seen bowel movements touted as a food product's prime virtue!