Chocolate chips, oatmeal flakes, raisins, butter, sugar, walnuts, cinnamon--just some of the ingredients in the most scrumptious cookies around. Wildflour Bakery cookies live in the sublime place between crunchy and chewy. There is one thing wrong with them: They are habit forming. It is nearly impossible to walk past the shelves near the front of Boise Co-op without tossing some in the basket. Good thing they do come in packages of four or eight so if you're going to eat all of them in one sitting (and you might), you won't feel so bad if you buy the pack of four--or you might feel so bad that you have to go back to buy four more.
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