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Nicey replies: I don't know so why not try Matzo crackers. Somebody once recommended them to us so we tried some a few weeks back. They are shaped like as enormous squares, and made from rapidly baked simple flour and water dough. Even so I was surprised by how grim they were. You should have no trouble at all not eating too many of those, you may even be tempted by the box they come in as a tasty and low carb alternative.

Amiee Jones
Nicey replies: So that's a 'no' vote then.

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Nicey replies: You can get squirty Brandy Butter cream too, but perhaps such a combination is actually fatal, hence the Raspberry to just take the edge off.

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Nicey replies: Thanks Bruce for that mammoth message, and all of that useful information on Canada, its biscuits, cakes and its tea. Also thanks for the tip off about a place in America that makes a decent cup of tea, after four years I think we may be edging towards double figures on that. You also managed a fairly respectable icon haul. If you had kept going a bit longer I'm sure you would have most of the others, and I felt particularly that the kettle and toast icons where within your grasp at one point.

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Nicey replies: I would say you have a strong case there for funding. Of course the nightmare scenario is that some unfriendly foreign power realises that they could build a weapon of terror hat would bring Britain to its knees based on upside down biscuits, a bit like those WWII exploding Tinned Plums a few weeks back.