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    cookie/biscuit

    The 'cookie' in the US seems to be the 'biscuit'
    in the UK. What is called 'biscuit' in the US
    seems to be quite diiferent from what is called 'biscuit'
    in the UK.
    Am I right?


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    Re: cookie/biscuit

    Quote Originally Posted by Itasan
    The 'cookie' in the US seems to be the 'biscuit'
    in the UK. What is called 'biscuit' in the US
    seems to be quite diiferent from what is called 'biscuit'
    in the UK.
    Am I right?
    Biscuits are soft rolls, mostly eaten for breakfast. They range from simple baking powder biscuits to elaborate and time consuming Beaten Biscuits. They are served at fast food restaurants or available in freezer/cooler sections of super markets. They ought to be eaten fresh as they loose their texture and flavor. Just google and try your luck baking!


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    Re: cookie/biscuit

    Thank you very much. I have become two steps cleverer.

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