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Triscuits flavors...any good?

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Has anyone tried the newer Triscuit crackers with olive oil and tomato, rosemary, or cracked pepper? I've been eating my favorite Tasty Little Crackers, but I want to give these Triscuits a try if they are any good!

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  1. I live on the garlic ones, but Holy Moses do they give you stinky breath! Good thing my husband devours them too.

    1. I thought the tomato ones tasted very processed/artificial, like they were sprinkled with some terrible seasoning packet.

      Whereas I really like rosemary, I did not like it with my triscuits. It seemed a bit overpowering.

      I think I'll stick to the original, because some things just can't/shouldn't be improved upon, IMO.

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      1. re: charlesbois

        All the flavored ones taste like that to me too - artificial/processed and like the stuff sprinkled on them is chemicals. I just don't like any of them.

      2. Don't know why I bought the Rosemary in the first place (I'm a "classic" fan), but I really like 'em.

        Think I might try the garlic...and spendng the weekend alone!

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        1. re: Muskrat

          I love the rosemary & olive oil Triscuits too -- but if they ever put Wrachael Wray on the box and start calling them R&EVOO, I will definitely stop buying them.

          Interesting info on the garlic version. I am spending the week alone, so may give these a try!

        2. I tried the garlic and rosemary but I too prefer the classic flavor.. The low fat Triscuits are good, as I cut put a bit more blue cheese and still not feel guilty.

          1. The rosemary flavoring is very intense. I wouldn't recommend them.

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            1. re: southernitalian

              I also found the rosemary triscuits a little too intense. I had them at my girlfriends house and we put a little plain ff cream cheese on them to help ease back on the rosemary flavor when we snacking on them. They were also ok broken up over a salad when she realized she didn't have any crackers or croutons and we needed a textural contrast.