Eden Nori-Maki Rice Crackers
Taste test: These are Japanese rice crackers with a shiny coating and a stripe of seaweed around them.
They're very, very crunchy. The taste is probably an acquired one. I've learned to like sushi, so maybe I could somehow learn to like these. It doesn't taste all that bad, but it's nothing I'd go out of my way to eat, or eat several of in one sitting.
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Smell test: Kind of strange. Not that good. Like sawdust. One guy said it smells like Home Depot.
From the package: “Nori-Maki Crackers are traditionally served in Japan as a fancy snack. Whole sweet brown rice is steamed, pounded into mochi, a glutinous dough, then shaped and baked to crisp perfection. These delicious crunchy puffs of rice are then seasoned with Tamari soy sauce and hand wrapped with Nori (sea vegetable) for a unique taste sensation.
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Company: Eden Foods, Inc.
Categories for this snack:
- Rice Chips (84 snacks)
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