Would You Rather? Saltines vs. Stoned Wheat Thins Eick November 9, 2011 Would You Rather? 9 Comments It’s Wednesday, which means it’s Would You Rather time. Option #1: You can never eat Saltines again. Option #2: You can never eat Stoned Wheat Thins again. There are many knock-off and imitation versions of Premium brand saltine crackers. For the purposes of this vote, saltines=saltines, no matter who the brand or label. Anything you would define as in that category counts. Stoned Wheat Thins, in contrast, are one specific brand. Feel free to vote on any criteria you want, taste, cost, availability,variety of uses etc. Please share in the comments the logic behind the choice you made. [poll id=”273″] The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Fast Food Bracket Round 1: Jack in the Box vs. Five Guys, KFC vs. Checkers - March 3, 2016 BK’s “Polygameat” Campaign Shockingly Similar to Wendy’s “Meatatarian” Campaign - September 16, 2014 Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 9 Responses brian November 9th, 2011 Haven’t ever had the ‘stoned’ ones, so i probably won’t miss having them again. Not that I eat saltines that often… they get used occasionally in soup (would rather have oyster crackers), or as cracker meal in various recipes. Reply Peter November 9th, 2011 I’ve eaten Wheat Thins stoned, but never Stoned Wheat Thins. Reply Eick November 9th, 2011 Stoned Wheat Thins are probably my #1 favorite cracker. And like any cracker, they are in fact, better when stoned. Reply Mark November 9th, 2011 I love stoned wheat thins, they are one of my favorites for a cheese and cracker plate at a party. However there are always saltines in my house and I eat them as a snack with just about anything. And of course you can’t dare someone to eat 6 stoned wheat thins with any kind of fun. Reply Cindy June 7th, 2012 What happened to would you rathers? I really enjoyed these, and I don’t know why you stopped doing them. 🙁 Reply Kat March 2nd, 2013 Saltines all the way, the perfect vehicle for Campbells New England Clam Chowder, or dipped into bouillon when sick.. Reply Lois November 14th, 2013 as far as crackers go this has been my favourite cracker for years … unfortunately it seems they changed the recipe for them in the past while I won’t be buying them again … I bought these crackers because they were great tasting and no matter how you ate them they were just a great cracker. If I wanted what they changed their recipe to I could have already bought it … so for me I am out looking for another cracker … although I doubt that they can be replaced Reply Herb January 27th, 2014 Red Oval Farms Stoned Wheat Thins are history. Send a receipt with your complaint to get a refund of your purchase price. What a rip-off. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.