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  1. #1
    Elizabeth Head
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    Do any of y'all know of a way to revive crackers that are just a tad stale or are they hopeless and destined for the trash?

     
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    Vickie
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    Yuck.............throw them in the trash

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  3. #3
    herberkids3
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    I crumble em and use em as breading for chicken. Add some seasoning to

    it, put some worsteshire & soy sauce in a baking pan, marinate the

    chicken in italian dressing (low fat!), then cover the chicken in the

    seasoning/crumb mix. Bake at 375 for about 30-40 minutes. Halfway

    through, take it out, and spread the sauce over the chicken again to

    keep it hydrated. Yummmmy chicken.



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    stale or are they hopeless and destined for the trash?

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    dnawalker
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    <FONT face="Arial Narrow"><<<Do any of y'all know of a way to revive crackers that are just a tad stale or are they hopeless and destined for the trash?<<<
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    <FONT face="Arial Narrow">Stick them in the oven on low and they will crisp back up. Don't believe the person talking about throwing them out. This group is about budgeting.
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    <FONT face="Arial Narrow">April





 

 

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