San-J Black Sesame Rice Crackers -- 3.7 oz
Great in every way
These crackers are awesome, I can't get enough of them. The flavor is rich and satisfying, and the cracker is substantial, satisfyingly crunchy. They are gluten-free, and well worth the money.
January 15, 2013
The best rice crackers!
So glad to find these crackers again! Our health food store stopped carrying them and we love them and so do our guests. They are crunchy but have substance, being a little thicker than some rice crackers, and we love the sesame seeds and tamari on the outside.
September 16, 2012
Best Cracker Ever, and I'm old
This is a wonderful cracker, especially for those who can't, or don't, eat wheat or corn. it's fabulous with caviar, cream cheese and smoked salmon or just with European butter. Love it! Love it! Love!
I can't buy them locally, so I order online, but many get broken in the shipping process...not ideal, but fine because I like bite-size canapes, and these crackers are too large for a single bite.
November 13, 2011
These are comparable to some other Japanese crackers that I also love, but are even harder to find (only a couple specialty places sell them). Not the same packaging, but both are made in Japan & could very well be the same cracker. These crackers are crunchy, crispy, large size rounds. They'd be great for dipping, but truly don't need anything else as they are so satisfying alone. Once I tried Eden brand and while good, they pale in comparison to these. My boyfriend also is crazy about these & he's not usually big on crackers. You get a good amount of crackers in each package - enough to share.
December 12, 2010
These crackers are addicting!
I'm allergic to gluten. Discovered San-J rice crackers about six years ago and have eaten them in lieu of bread (to the extent possible) almost daily since. The black sesame is my fave. They have a lovely savory taste and great crispy texture. I've turned several friends on to them and they're cracker addicts now, too! The only downside is price, but that's true of much good, nutritious, non-mass produced food.
August 1, 2010