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Mark Rea

Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Yes it is the temperature. Basic chemistry tells us that the rate at which a solute dissolves in a solvent, is tempreature dependent. The Gingernut is mostly sugar and really wants to dissolve. Temperature is a factor in any dunking situation and can often be the reason for breakage as hot tea works faster.

Dave Chambers

Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Yes serving suggestions are often baffling or ludicrous, however there is usually an explination behind it. I don't think that you are allowed to mislead people as to the contents of the package the are buying so in the case of say an imaginary lemon biscuit, if the pack shows a little slice of lemon then it has to say 'serving suggestion', as there are no slices of lemon within. As the designer of your pack used a cup of tea behind the Gingernuts it has to say 'serving suggestion' just in case consumers thought the pack contained one.

Karen Duthie

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Mike Stephens

Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: What an inspirational tale of biscuit good. I have often thought that the gang violence in the US could be stopped if they all sat down and had an enormous fried breakfast with all the trimmings black pudding, baked beans, tinned tomatoes and of course lots and lots of pots of tea to wash it all down. I'm sure they wouldn't be too fussed about things one way or another after that.

Of course a mid morning feast of Gingernuts and tea would surely cement the peace.

Ed Winter

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