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ParmCrisp wafers, made entirely from cheese

Jalapeño ParmCrisp minis

Jalapeño ParmCrisp minis Photo Credit: Kitchen Table Bakers

Since 2003, Syosset-based Kitchen Table Bakers has been making snack crisps entirely from cheese. The name, ParmCrisp, was inspired by the first flavor, straight Parmesan. Now both the product line and retail distribution have broadened. The crisps come in nine flavors, all based on Parmesan — aged Parmesan, sesame, jalapeño, rosemary, flaxseed, basil pesto, everything, garlic and Italian herb — and 3-ounce tubs sell for about $6. The Parmesan, sesame and jalapeño crisps also come in 1.7-ounce resealable pouches of “mini” crisps. Available at, among other retailers, The Fresh Market, Grace’s Marketplace in Greenvale, Southdown Marketplace, Iavarone Bros., Citarella, Babylon Meat Market and The Village Cheese Shop in Mattituck. For more retailers, go to kitchentablebakers.com

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