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*brown rice flour, *white glutinous rice flour, black rice flour, gluten free soy sauce (water, soybean, rice, salt), cane sugar, contains 1.5% or less of: water, maltodextrin, modified tapioca starch, soy sauce flavor, lycopene extract, salt, chlorophyll. Contains soy. *organic
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Reviews For Shoyu Arare Rice Crackers
Based on 6 Reviews
I haven't actually tried them...
Okay, so I didn't try this specific one, but I did try the sriracha flavor. Those were banging. I'm a bit bummed that Thrive doesn't have them anymore. I will give this flavor a shot in the future.
Big Bang for your calorie buck
When I was a kid we'd go to Japantown in San Francisco and arare crackers would be among the treats we'd get. Those are good, but they are always very salty.
These crackers remind me of the traditional kind without being overly salty or greasy. They have a nice flavor and the colors are kind of fun.
But the best part is that if you are carefully watching calories like I am you can get a good sized handful (40 crackers) for 100 calories.
I'm also doing intermitten fasting, so I don't generally start eating until 10 AM but I don't want to eat my whole lunch until a little later in the day. A serving of these helps get me through until lunch at 11:30
Love all the flavors of these rice crackers, but this one is my favorite! They are super crunchy and full of flavor and I don't have to feel guilty when I eat a whole bag!
Tasty Tiny Crackers
These are about the size of oyster crackers and are very good but they have a funny little after-taste I'm not crazy about. If you want something crunchy these are satisfying. Not bad but not my favorites.
Tasty and crunchy.
I've had traditional arare crackers, and these are very similar - more substantial, very crunchy, and tasty but not too salty. I was bummed that there was no nori (seaweed) in this mix, but I suppose I could easily add that in. I like the colors. My husband stole the entire bag for his lunch, so I guess he liked it too!
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