Wasa Giveaway

Excitement from SFIAAFF is over (just posted a bunch of photos on my Facebook Page) and pilot season craziness seems to be dying down, so I finally get a chance to start a week off mellow.

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Special delivery arrived while eating breakfast!

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I’ve had Wasa Crispbreads before, but have never tried these new Flatbreads

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They’re much thinner, but packed with flavor! This was the Rosemary kind…

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…topped with Majestic Sprouted Hummus

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I’ve a feeling Abe might actually like these (the others are too cardboard-y for his tastes) but Wasa did also send some recipe ideas (more on their Facebook Recipe Gallery)…

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…Frittata…

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…Crispbread Pudding…mmmm.

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Want some Wasa too (including the cookbook and a pen)? If you’re a US Resident, just leave a comment on this post saying you wanna win. That’s it! Gotta keep this simple/calm theme going today…

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…especially since I just found out all of my car’s motor mounts have to be replaced. D’oh!

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117 thoughts on “Wasa Giveaway

  1. quinn

    Well it sounds like you didn’t find out about the mounts because the engine fell out, so that;s good, right? 🙂

    Enjoy your quiet(er) time.

    (And yes, I would love to win da wasa!)

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  2. elaine

    thanks for holding this giveaway, Lynn! the frittata recipe looks amazing! that’s my definition of comfort food.

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  3. Cindy

    A cookbook and a pen!? Count me in.

    Motor mounts. Damn girl…you been driving the Baja 1000. Hope it won’t be too much of a zinger. 🙁

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  4. Taylor

    Oh man, glad I clicked today! I usually make an awesome tuna salad for my Wasa snacks. I use all-white albacore tuna (in water), a few tablespoons of fresh lemon juice, lots of fresh dill, diced onions, and a tablespoon of vinegar. Pretty tasty with sliced tomatoes, too. I would love to expand my Wasa horizons!

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  5. Claudia

    Senior citizen, love wasa crackerbread with my morning, soft yolk egg, low calorie, high fiber, low sugar … good and good for you!! Winner, Winner!! 🙂

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  6. Adrika Chakraborty

    I wanna win sooo bad! I have been hearing about these rumoured crispbreads all throughout the blog world, and would LOVE LOVE LOVE to try some myself 🙂

    PS-Looked like you had a lot of fun in San Francisco; adored all your posts and pictures 🙂

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  7. Lydia

    I want to win! I’ve been eating Wasa for years, and especially love it with Kalles Kaviar, or a layer of greek yoghurt mixed with a wee bit of St Dalfour jam or honey for a guitless treat.

    Fantastic blog, by the way. I stumbled across it one day and thoroughly enjoy reading the posts and candid descriptions of the food you sample and eat!

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  8. Dewey

    Wasa is my jam! I eat absurd amounts of it. Honestly, it’s ridiculous. I would love to win! Also, I found your blog a month ago on TheKitchn (I think?) and I can’t stop reading. I love it, and your ethos about food and eating hits so close to home. Thanks for making the internet a friendlier place!

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  9. ezzie

    I’d love to win! I love wasa crackers with cheese for a quick snack to tide me over between lunch and dinner~ (:

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  10. shayne

    I love wasa. When i was abroad last semster, i was known as THE girl with wasa, laugh cow chesse and jelly

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  11. s

    i stumbled across your blog completely by chance the week before you were in SF for SFIAAFF! unfortunately, though, i was out of town the weekend you were here…

    i’m piggybacking off of the giveaway to say that i was really moved by your motivations for starting this blog. on the night that i found it, i spent hours reading old entries, thinking about how brave and strong you are. thanks, also, for introducing me to thick dumpling skin, which would have done me a world of good had it been around when i was in college. anyway, apologies for the longish, sappy-ish comment; brevity, alas, has never been my strength.

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  12. mondaybirds

    i heart wasa! so far i just slather them with laughing cow cheese, yum~ but i’d like to try out some new recipes with them too!

    also, your blog is fantastic! i mean, i religiously check in twice a day and read your posts 🙂

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  13. Darcee

    Discovered these crisp breads a few weeks ago and fell in love with them. Especially the rosemary ones, yum!!!

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  14. Maureen

    I wanna win even though I am way late to today’s party. Tried to write earlier but saw the hummus on rosemary flatbreads and I hurt myself licking my computer screen. Ow! Yum!

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  15. Emily

    Well, of course I would love to win! I used to eat Wasa crackers all the time but haven’t bought any in quite a while. The new flatbreads sound great!

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  16. Jung

    I feel ridiculous for making this my first comment, but I want to win! Ever since I became vegan and ventured into reading other blogs, I’ve always been a fan of yours! But I try to not check during the night because I tend to get hungry just by looking at the pictures!

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  17. Joy

    Ooh I really want to win ! Wasa (for all it’s lovely “cardboardness”) is a HUGE favorite of mine. Wasa with summer tomatoes right from the garden? Yum! Wasa crumbled on a salad (better than croutons) wasa with carob chips melted atop? Well that’s heavenly

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  18. Walo

    Yea! Nothing like a contest to bring out some of your usually quiet and shy blog readers to give you the love you deserve.
    Wanted to add my praise to the rest and tell you (again) how much I enjoy your blog. I know it must be a P.I.T.A. to post twice a day, but I really appreciate all the effort. It is so helpful to have the opportunity to peak over your shoulder and see what a “normal” person is eating.
    Sorry about your car, and thanks again for everything. Wanted you know how much I do appreciate your blog. (not doing this for the Wasa, by the way, that stuff is about as appetizing as a ream of copy paper)

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  19. Shannon

    Why yes, thank you, I would like some more Wasa in my life! And who knew there was an entire cookbook devoted to those tasty little crackers?

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  20. Lorraine Dwan

    Please let me win! I am working on a diet for the 20th time and I’m gettin’ real bored and need something new to try out! 🙂

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  21. Shradz

    I sure would love to WIN this contest!!!
    These crackers are azingly delicious but on a little expensive side for a student.

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  22. Stepanie

    I too would love to win…just recently started eating the wasa crispbread…will have to look for the flat breads at the store when I go today. I am addicted to having one for my mid morning snack with natural peanut butter and sliced bananas. It makes my whole day better. Will have to try some of your and check out that book that was posted.

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  23. Lacey

    I would love to win! Eating so much Wasa lately as part of my transition to a healthier diet to tame my Lupus.

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