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0 of 1 people found the following review helpfulOctober 18, 2017Reviewer: Scott in Pennsylvania* When you first put it in your mouth, you are assaulted by a delicious blast of cinnamon and sugar (substitute). As you chew it, the more the reality of the situation sets in: you are eating cinnamon and artificial sugar-coated cardboard. And no amount of delicious cinnamon-fake sugar coating should take you away from the fact that you are eating cardboard.
July 27, 2009Reviewer: Yaira in Virginia* Very dry powdery tasting. Not much flavor to them and you need a full glass of water to get them down, even with hummus. Can't get over how dry they are on top of being so thick, they're very much like cardboard. Mildly edible if you just want something tasteless to munch on.This review is specific to Carb Counters Ovenbaked Pita Chips, Tomato Basil
January 28, 2009Reviewer: linda in California* I got the tomato basil, wow it tastes like I poured seasoning mix into my mouth. It is horrible. I could see using these as seasoning on something, like in eggs or something, but as a snack cracker? no way.This review is specific to Carb Counters Ovenbaked Pita Chips, Tomato Basil