recycling specialty products

I went to this co-op in my neighborhood that recently added an entire aisle of raw food specialty items. I was soooo excited to try all the crackers and breads. WELL…I hate all of it. I spent all this money thinking it would be the best thing that ever happened to me and I am so dissapointed. It’s my own fault because I just need to get in through my head that raw bread will never taste like real bread. So anyway, has anyone else had this happen to them and found a way to use the products still? For example, I don’t like the raw bread because it tastes mushy to me, so maybe I could do something crazy like grind it up into flour and make something else out of it, like a more crunchy cracker? Would that even work? I dunno, but I feel guilty just throwing it all away. Thanks in advance for any suggestions?

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  • Check if the place you purchased the products at will refund your money or do an exchange if you bring the unused portions back. Many places will since they understand about customer service and it is also a way of giving feedback to their product sources.

  • you know i have had this happen too but it was when i was sampling the stuff. i didnt buy any of it but i wondered why the breads and stuff werent crunchy at all. maybe you can dehydrate the hell out of them and they will have a nice crunch. i would try that before you ground them up as flour LOL.

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