Steve brought these home for me to try. Junk-free food they advertise, and I’d agree that they certainly didn’t taste like what most people would call junk food – high sugar, fat, salt, processed everything type of food.

But although they call it a cookie, it textured more like a snack. The picture on the bag is misleading. The ‘cookies’ are tiny wafers – they don’t look like cookies at all.

The texture is crisp to extra crisp – like a tiny hard cracker. Thin. The flavor is mild. Not very sweet. Non-addicting. I had them opened for quite a while.

The good news is that I eventually did finish them – over a couple of weeks.

If you have to have a snack, this is probably a good snack. If you have to have raw, then there are going to be deficits in texture and flavor. Most people wouldn’t think of a cracker or cookie as being raw, or unprocessed, and I don’t know what the criteria are for being able to certify or classify something as raw, or even if there is agreement on the criteria. The raw revolution is probably still fluid.

There was nothing offensive about these cookies.


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