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    Graham Crackers?

    Gidget
    Sun Mar 24, 2002 4:39 pm
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    Can someone please tell me what type of crackers they are.....would water or table crackers make a good substitute or are Graham Crackers a sweet type of cracker?

    Thanks Cindy
    Lorac
    Sun Mar 24, 2002 5:24 pm
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    Cindy, they are sweet crackers. A substitute would be a plain cookie such as vanilla wafers or shortbread. You can also use flavored cookies such as chocolate wafers or ginger snaps.
    Gidget
    Sun Mar 24, 2002 5:36 pm
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    Oh thanks Lorac, that's really cleared things up for me, now onto that cheesecake recipe....
    JustJanS
    Sun Mar 24, 2002 5:52 pm
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    Hi Cindy,
    I think you or I would just use Maree Biscuits.
    Bye from Jan in Victoria.
    Gidget
    Sun Mar 24, 2002 6:16 pm
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    Quote:

    Hi Cindy,
    I think you or I would just use Maree Biscuits.
    Bye from Jan in Victoria.


    Yess, they would be perfect, thanks
    Mille®
    Sun Mar 24, 2002 11:35 pm
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    Cindy - Graham Crackers are VERY similar to British "digestive biscuits" if you can buy those - the best brand IMHO is McVitie's.
    Lorac
    Mon Mar 25, 2002 12:23 am
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    Quote:

    Cindy - Graham Crackers are VERY similar to British "digestive biscuits" if you can buy those - the best brand IMHO is McVitie's.

    Miller, do they come in different flavors?
    Mille®
    Mon Mar 25, 2002 1:43 am
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    Quote:

    Miller, do they come in different flavors?

    No, but they do make a second variety that are coated, on one side only, with a very thin layer of milk chocolate. Break them into big pieces and dip them, for just a second or two, in hot traditional British tea -- mmmmmmmm, addictive!
    Lennie
    Mon Mar 25, 2002 9:57 am
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    Quote:

    Cindy - Graham Crackers are VERY similar to British "digestive biscuits" if you can buy those - the best brand IMHO is McVitie's.


    I was just going to type that! A digestive is a great substitute for a graham cracker. (Although, concerning brand-names, I prefer Peek Frean digestives!)
    s'kat
    Tue Mar 26, 2002 11:43 am
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    You could also make your own: Graham Crackers.
    Gidget
    Tue Mar 26, 2002 3:50 pm
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    Quote:

    You could also make your own: Graham Crackers.


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