Because there is nothing that can be said in support of such a kooky idea. Sakata rules.
You haven't tasted fantastic rice crackers till you've been to Japan, sorry Simone! Australians have an aisle of breakfast cereal, Japanese have an aisle of rice crackers.
no no. Fantastic are nice and thick. Better texture and better flavour. Orginal fantastic is where it's at.Wendy - my youngest would go to Japan solely for that supermarket aisle!
well, I'll never be able to comment on that one, because, unfortunately Fantastic put MSG in their rice crackers. But from my point of view, it's always disappointing if the only available rice crackers are Fantastic ones.
I think I might like the taste of MSG.
Japanese rice crackers are super thick!
Not sure about the taste, but I know I don't like the irrational way my family behaves when they eat it. Not to mention the skin rashes.
MSG = yum (even if it is of questionable safeness for human consumption)
Oh yeah, they also sell large packets of MSG in Japan!