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  1. wendy @ ABCs and Garden Peas

    I’m not a walnut fan, but I love cumin! Isn’t it fun to take a recipe and just run with it until it’s exactly what you like?

    I guess nutrition facts are valuable, but I worry more about the ingredients list.

  2. Jessica @ Dairy Free Betty

    Just wondering is there anything you can use instead of flax? Flax and I are not friends!! hehe… but I love raw crackers!!

  3. Hannah

    I’m not fussed either way about the nutritional values – just keep the tastiness coming! 😉

    I think it’s a pretty good indication that you’re becoming a pro at this raw business once you’re starting to adapt the recipes to suit yourself, and they still work out. Bravo, my dear! You’ll be the next MK in no time! 😉

  4. amanda @ Hungry Vegan Traveler

    Mmm… I do love a good dip.

  5. Hillary Dyan Davis

    Personally, I never look at the nutritional information. There’s so much more to nutrition than calorie and fat content, that I find it pointless to take the numbers at face value.

    For instance, 10g of beef fat is not equivalent to 10g of avocado fat. 😉

  6. Diana

    If left as flatbread, they look like they’d make great pizza or tartlet/quiche crusts. 😀 I’m not really familiar with the texture of dehydrated crackers though… just hazarding a guess!

  7. Ellen (lapuremama)

    wow! yummy… I will have to give these a try. ‘Raw’ intrigues me but I haven’t gone there much yet. I will with these! Also, Amber… you won my giveaway! Can you email me at lapuremama@gmail.com so I can get you the info? Thanks and congratulations!

  8. Eric

    Need to get back into the dehydrator! Been lazy as of lately and these sounds great 🙂