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Nicey replies: Yep, your biscuit/cake observation is of course one the tenants of the McVities Jaffa Cake defense in the famous case against the Inland Revenue.

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Abbey Crunch Review
Nicey replies: Heidi,

I'm thrilled you found the Abbey Crunch review engaging. We have a packet in the cupboard right now.

The lemon puffs of old were made by Jacobs I think, and were rectangular with the biscuit edge being little semi circles. The biscuit itself had a sticky glaze, and appeared a dark golden brown. Personally I never like the lemon puff, however, as you say todays lemon puffs are a sad shadow of their former self, round, pale and not at all sticky. Tescos do them but they are really quite dismal.