I also find that cracker also travel better than bread. For some reason, I never get enough fiber when I travel and am instantly constipated. If I pack these in my carry on or front seat of the car, I know I am getting my fiber.
Here are a few the crackers I use most often. I use them with the following foods to make good, hearty meal: Hummus, lunch meat like turkey, ham, roast beef layered with cheese, egg salad, tuna salad, peanut butter, cottage cheese, cream cheese.
Mary's Gone Crackers are made from seeds and are grain free. Recently I found them at Costco in bulk and I love to served them at get togethers with friends!
Ak-mok 100% Whole Wheat stone ground sesame crackers are also a good choice. They are thinner and larger than the other crackers on the list, and tastier. They have .6 grams of Sugar and 20 grams of Carbohydrates for an S/C Value is 1/1 and 4 grams of Fiber for 5 crackers. That's pretty good!
GG Scandinavian Crispbread crackers are the juggernaut of high fiber/low carb crackers. They deliver more bang for the buck than any other. I did a complete review of them HERE. The only downside is that I cannot find them in local stores, and have to order them off of Amazon. They are a product of Norway, and the nutrition label can be confusing. You can have 2 crackers with 0 grams of sugar, 14 grams of carbs and 10 (YES 10!) grams of fiber. That gives it an S/C Value of 0/1 for 2 crackers and unbeatable amount of fiber.
FiberRich crackers are very similar to GG Crispbreads, but I can find them locally. They seem to be the same size and texture (very dry!) with just slightly different nutritional values. Like the GG's I really like these, but I know they aren't for everyone. They are a product of Norway and its a little difficult to figure out the nutritional values, but here goes: 3 crackers have 1 gram of sugar, 18 grams of carbs and 7 grams of fiber for an S/C Value of 1/1.
Wasa crackers are really easy to find, most grocery stores carry them. There are many varieties which are all fine, but the Wasa Fiber is the best for the BFC. The Fiber variety are a little harder to locate though. They are nice big crackers and I use them a lot instead of bread. Recently on vacation I found Wasa Fiber at Safeway and it was a trip saver! With 0 grams of sugar, 7 grams of carbs and 2 grams of fiber per cracker for an S/C Value of 0/1. So go ahead, load them up with protein and have a few!
Tanya Zuckerbrot's book The F Factor Diet is a great source for finding high fiber products. I've found it to be a good compliment book to the Belly Fat Cure. For more information on how to count carb servings and what an S/C Value stands for see this POST HERE.