Saltine crackers

Saltine crackers are generic term in the United States for soda crackers. The term was originally trademarked by Nabisco who lost the trademark status after the word became so common as to be generic.

Saltines are thin crackers made from white flour, shortening, yeast, and baking soda, with lightly sprinkled with coarse salt. It has perforations throughout its surface, to allow steam to escape for uniform rising, and along the edges, as individual crackers are broken from larger sheets during manufacture. It has a very dry and crisp textures

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