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    Old Harley Rider Guest

    Default Something new to try...

    Arnold's has a new product....
    "Sandwich Thins" I bought some today.
    I think it's great, it tastes great, not like that
    mushy bread.... It's like a pita but better.
    Try it....
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    sf Guest

    Default Re: Something new to try...

    On Mon, 09 Nov 2009 21:36:52 -0500, Old Harley Rider
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Arnold's has a new product....
    >"Sandwich Thins" I bought some today.
    >I think it's great, it tastes great, not like that
    >mushy bread.... It's like a pita but better.
    >Try it....


    Sandwich thins are like really, really skinny hamburger buns - not at
    all like pita if yours are like what I can buy.

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    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Something new to try...

    On Nov 9, 8:36*pm, Old Harley Rider <roninfl...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > Arnold's has a new product....
    > "Sandwich Thins" * I bought some today.
    > I think it's great, it tastes great, not like that
    > mushy bread.... It's like a pita but better.
    > Try it....
    > --
    > Skype <fxdlrider2>


    They've been out for a while - I'd like to try some, but my local
    supermarket chain only has them sporadically, and I've only seen them
    once and they were whole wheat, which I DON'T want. I want to try the
    rye and the honey wheat.

    N.

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    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Something new to try...

    Nancy2 wrote:
    > On Nov 9, 8:36 pm, Old Harley Rider <roninfl...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> Arnold's has a new product....
    >> "Sandwich Thins" I bought some today.
    >> I think it's great, it tastes great, not like that
    >> mushy bread.... It's like a pita but better.
    >> Try it....
    >> --
    >> Skype <fxdlrider2>

    >
    > They've been out for a while - I'd like to try some, but my local
    > supermarket chain only has them sporadically, and I've only seen them
    > once and they were whole wheat, which I DON'T want. I want to try the
    > rye and the honey wheat.
    >
    > N.


    Both Pepperidge Farm and Arnold's has them--some other brand I
    occasionally see at Whole Foods too. I kind-of like the idea and
    would also like to try the rye version.

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    Jean B.

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