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melonhead-06

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Posted: 12 Sep 2011, 09:17
I'm considering getting one so I can make my own flaxseed crackers in it.

I love kitchen gadgets and appliances! But I'd like to know if anyone has made good use of something like this.

Anyone? Neutral
gkcfm95

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Posted: 12 Sep 2011, 16:17
I have one but never use it. I tried it with pineapple when I first got it and haven't used it since. Maybe someone else has more experience...
I've debated making flax crackers in the oven, but haven't found the time yet. Have you tried making them that way yet?

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Posted: 12 Sep 2011, 17:29
i think things like that can be made on a really low oven over a long period ...saves expense of buying
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