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English Version of Graham Crackers

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What are the English version of Graham Crackers?

Barbara from Costa Blanca, Spain

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By Roz (Guest Post) 06/13/2007 Flag

I think it would be Digestives, or as my mum would call them"suggestives!!!"

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By Andy (Guest Post) 06/13/2007 Flag

See http://www.hostelscentral.com/hostels-article-30.html

"Substitute digestive biscuits or a mix of 50% digestive biscuits (for the right texture) and 50% rich tea biscuits (for a hint more sweetness)"

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By SL Edens 1 395 06/14/2007 Flag

I'm not sure what the English version of a graham cracker is. The closest I've come in the Netherlands (flavor wise but harder in texture) is a cookie called Bastogne by LU.

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By jan (Guest Post) 06/15/2007 Flag

English version of Graham crackers are called Digestive Biscuits.You can also get them half covered in milk or plain chocolate

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By jan nash 10 105 06/17/2007 Flag

digestives .you can also buy half covered milk or plain chocolate ones

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