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xring posted:
If you haven't already tried these, they're really good & make a great snack:

"Ak-Mak" sesame crackers.

Four of them have 20 gms carbs, 4 gms fiber, 5 gms. protein.

"Trader Joe's" carries them & I've found them at several markets.

The company that makes them is Armenian & they make several whole grain products. www.akmakbakeries.com
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betaquartz responded:
Yeah, here in Central PA, alas we have no Trader Joes, or Whole Foods, or any other large grocer of the type. The closest we come is Wegmans. Our closest Trader Joes is in Pittsburgh. Some day maybe they will wake up and place on in the area. State College/Penn State U, is just over the hill from me and with as many health conscience individuals at the U I would think it would be a financial boon for the first one in the area.
 
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rubystar2 replied to betaquartz's response:
Betaquartz, look for them wherever you shop. I have actually found them at several different grocery stores. I have tried them and they are very tasty. Toasted sesame sort of flavor. I tasted them at a friend's house then I had to get some of my own.
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