Osem Gluten Free Pretzel Thins Sea Salt
Taste test: These corn-based pretzels were thin and roughly square-shaped, about in inch in each dimension, with exteriors resembling other thin pretzels, complete with some salt crystals, plus a round hole in the center.
I crunched in to find that the very initial taste was pretzel-like, with a slightly pretzel-like but more brittle crunch, but after that, the taste changed to be noticeably less pretzel-like, as did the texture.
The flavor wasn't bad, but it had a sweetness to it that just didn't say "pretzel" to me, so if you're hoping this gluten-free pretzel will satisfy your pretzel craving, it might not..
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Smell test: Definitely different from regular pretzels,
From the package: “Kosher for Passover for 'Ochlei Kitniyot' only and for all year round use” ... “acceptable for use by those who consume Kitniyot on Passover”
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Company: Osem USA, Inc.
Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Israel (110 reviews)
- Pretzels (546 snacks)
- Sea Salt Chips (231 snacks)
- Passover Snacks (34 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Wegmans. Review published .
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