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10-13-2008, 02:02 PM
When I had originally posted my question about ordering food products over the internet, I had not read this board's policy about this. I did not even attend to the link up top about this:( However, I am happy to see that I can order raw organic olive oil AND breakfast bars that are raw (well, I will use them as breakfast bars--technically they are raw bars) from this site. I apologize for not following the rules. I am fairly inept at the computer in general.
I did not see any "crackers" or olives that did not have jalepenos (which I cannot eat) in this site's store. I do not have a dehydrator so I need to get some raw crackers of some kind. Does anybody have any ideas about this? I am assuming if you order crackers and they are mailed, they dont end up all broken in the delivery process? Can I order these from Alissa's restaurant or should I try to find a site somewhere? And if so, where?
I don't know about crackers, since I just make them at home -- but I have twice ordered a gallon of raw black olives from www.organiclivingfood.com. They also have a good collection of various sea veggies and other things you might be interested in. I have had only positive experiences and have ordered from them multiple times. :)
10-13-2008, 02:59 PM
I make crackers in my dehydrator, but I still purchase these from a gal I know, as they are the bomb and I sometimes don't feel up to futzing with the whole cracker-making thang:
They are sooooo good. Spinach and Curry is my favorite.
10-13-2008, 08:48 PM
I buy flax crackers at Whole Foods in their "prepared" raw food area by the produce (in my store anyway). They are Indian flavored and I just love them. I keep them for when I need a quick meal. I love them with Alissa's spinach dip.
10-13-2008, 10:39 PM
I would buy crackers from Alissa if she sold them; for how much her book and this site have helped me, I really want to support her.
However...I love Raw Mineral Crusts and I buy them from Raw Food World...RFW sells several brands of crackers, I've tried 2 of them and really liked the above-mentioned item. They come in 3 flavors and I like all three.
Lydia's (brand) is in a lot of Whole Foods stores (not mine, of course; they carry almost no raw products).
I've learned to make onion bread and tortilla chips in my dehydrator, so I don't feel nearly so dependent on the crackers, but I am sure glad to have them on hand. They don't break much in shipping.
Alissa sells black olives (http://www.alissacohen.com/shop/Greek-Olives-Dried-Black-Olives-Organic-Raw-13-oz-Jar-p-2.html) that are really tasty!
10-14-2008, 10:25 AM
Thank you so much for your replies. And yes, Alissa sells olives that dont have jalepenos--I did not see them at first.
My WFM does not sell raw crackers but there is a market about 30 minutes away that does and maybe I will make the trip. At some point I will get a dehydrator but for now I will have to just buy them.
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