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Malcolm Macgregor
Nicey replies: Thanks for your words of caution Malcolm on the health front.

Of course biscuit consumption in the UK per head has remained largely static over the last fifty years and on average is roughly two per person per day. As I'm sure you know there are many contributing factors to a rise in obesity in the Western world. The amount of salt, fat and sugar we consume as a nation in other processed foods and take aways has increased. Also peoples lifestyles at both work and home have become more sedentary.

This however does not apply to everybody. Here at NCOTAASD we always cook our own meals from fresh ingredients because that's what we like. We always advocate exercise, and a good brisk walk a couple of times a week works wonders. Singling out biscuits for scorn, is a bit simplistic to say the least. I don't believe that consuming them in moderation as part of a balanced diet is going to 'kill you', especially if you steer clear of the hydrogenated fat.

I too enjoy peanut butter on wholewheat bread but topped off with our own homemade green tomato chutney.

Jayne Sercombe
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Abernethy Review
Nicey replies: You should just go an get a packet of Abernethy biscuits and make your peace with them over a big mug of tea. Perhaps you could capture the moment on video. If we got enough people reconciling themselves with biscuits that they have fallen out with since their childhood it could make quite powerful TV, at the very least Channel 5 would probably show it.

David Taylor
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