Wasa - Fiber Rye with Sesame & Oats Crispbread
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Crispbread - the fibery dry kind (not the kind with the styrofoam consistency -- this type has less calories). This version is especially delicious because of the sesame seeds. At the same time it is not as moreish as some crispbreads and crackers can be -- though that rather depends on what you eat with it.
Very good topped with smoked salmon + lettuce, or a slice of cheese, or some jam, or peanut butter. Also great to accompany soup.
Very Swedish. (Wasa was a Swedish king.)
Wasa Ingredients: whole graine rye flour, wheat bran, sesame seeds, oat flakes, wheat germ, wheat fibre, sea salt
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2/28/2007 9:34:03 AM
P'frau's right on the money with this one. My latest role for the wasa fiber rye is as a toast substitute at my desk. Nuke 2 egg whites with a little bit of cheese, stir together (aka "scramble") and then serve with a slice or 2 of wasa fiber rye. Fake bacon optional. Delish!
7/23/2006 9:32:18 PM