Ryvita Dark Rye Crispbread Reviews
Product Type: Ryvita Snacks
Description:Brand: Ryvita / Crispbreads / Wholegrain Dark Rye / 250g.
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Ryvita Dark Rye Crispbread 250G
Low fat, High fibre, No artificial colours or preservatives Suita ...
Last Update 06.03.2014 06:59
Ryvita Dark Rye Crispbread 250 g (Pack of 16)
Baked longer to add extra crunch and a fuller flavour Provides an ...
Last Update 06.03.2014 06:59
by - written on 18/01/08, updated on 10/10/13 (Very useful, 840 readings)
As someone with an eating disorder I tend to go through phases of what I will eat and what I wont eat. I try to stop doing this as I know I'm just limiting myself all the time and I'm in recovery and this is not the plan! However I rarely eat meals and I don't have much of an appetite and if anyone here has an eating disorder or knows someone with one then they will know we have 'safe foods'. It's the same as when your on diet (I've done that too lol). Rivita is something I will always eat and I don't have any fears about at all. My friends and family think I'm mad with my obsessive love over them and say I'm eating sawdust but I am a genuine fan! I love them, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 1042 readings)
When I was younger my mum use to eat Ryvita, I thought they were disgusting, probably without even tasting them. Anyway as I got older I decided to give them a go, I'm always on the look out for something healthy to have for my lunch, and not really being a sandwich person Ryvita for me are perfect. Ryvita is basically a type of crispbread and comes in a variety of flavours such as - Original Sesame Seed Sunflower seed Multi Grain Fruit Dark Rye I currently have the dark rye flavour, which is quite new to me as I tend to stick to the multi grain and sesame seed. Unlike the picture Dark Rye Ryvita now come in an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Ryvita ~ Dark Rye Whenever I fancy something nice and savoury and not too heavy I will often head for the kitchen cupboard and fridge. The cupboard for one of the many varieties of Ryvita that I have as I love most of them and the fridge for some tasty topping like a cream cheese or cottage cheese and cucumber. The Ryvita I am talking about here is the Dark Rye version and is one of my favourites. This comes in a plumb coloured wrapper about 6" x 4" in dimension. Each flavour has a different colour wrapper so is easy to identify. They all have the Ryvita logo in large bold white lettering in the top left hand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
I have been going through a phase of trying to keep lunch cheap while I'm at work and I noticed that some other people in the office would buy Ryvita and have them for lunch with some cream cheese on top. I also try to be healthy so I thought I would give these a try. I've now tried a couple of flavours. This is the original flavour and here is my opinion. **My experience** I've been having these on and off for lunch now for a number of months. I usually buy a soft cheese with it to go on top. I have found that these crispbreads do not have a strong flavour to them but do have a simple grainy flavour. It is hard to describe but the flavour is more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
These dark rye variety of Ryvita are my favourite. The original plain Ryvita just taste of cardboard but these are actually tasty and healthy. There are other varieties, eg with sesame and pumpkin seeds. They contain only Wholegrain Rye Flour and salt. All natural ingredients, nothing un-necessary, except, to my taste, too much salt. I like them with lumps of any cheese, pate or taramasalata with a few slices of cucumber. They form a nice base to carry any tasty savoury without overpowering it. Good with marmite too. They are very crunchy and break easily into bite size pieces but make a lot of crumbs so use a large plate or eat them in ... Read the complete review
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