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January 20, 2019Reviewer: Christiane in Missouri* Okay...so these are edible. They are not, however, "just like regular biscuits" as others have stated. I am not new to low carb but we still have cheat days and usually those days consist of biscuits and gravy...one of my favorite meals. I am not diabetic...just need to lose a few pounds...so I don't deprive myself completely of the things that I love. These biscuits are not the worst I have eaten but they are far from excellent. Much too sweet for a country biscuit (you can taste the sweetener) and they are very dry and crumbly.....much like every other low carb bread out there. Make them with fairly low expectations and you will be thrilled. If you have ever made or eaten real country biscuits...the disappointment from these will make you sad. If you haven't had biscuits in years, give them a whirl and you will probably be satisfied. For my family, the $8 pricetag is much too high for something this mediocre. $3 and I might find my resolve melting and ordering again.