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    Crispbreads with an ultra-short ingredient list

    The French company Euro-Nat makes a line of organic crispbreads it calls Le Pain des Fleurs (“the bread of flowers”). These crunchy, intriguing crackers come in chestnut, buckwheat, and quinoa varieties, and, with an ultra-short ingredient list (no gluten, eggs, soy, yeast, or dairy), serve those with restrictions well. Chestnut crispbreads ($4.29 to $5.99 for about 4 ounces) blend the fruity sweetness of chestnut flour with rice flour and a hint of sea salt, and pair well with cheese, honey, or chocolate. For pure heaven, add a thin layer of chocolate-hazelnut spread. Available at Pemberton Farms & Garden Center, 2225 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, 617-491-2244; Kurkman’s Market, 227 Cypress St., Brookline, 617-277-6500; John Dewar & Co., 277 Linden St., Wellesley, 781-235-8322; and Concord Cheese Shop,
    29 Walden St., Concord, 978-369-5778.
    CRISTIN NELSON

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