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    Found at an Australian recipe website, this is a very nice dessert. Delicious and something worth sharing with a greater group, and easy to transport. My family loves these; flavorful, and they work in the summertime for their tangy flavor, and now in the Autumn-time for their more wheaty/grainy consistancy. Slightly of a granola texture, only slightly, but makes these very satisfying. Challenge may come in getting a hold of the buiscuits; the recipe says to use Granita buscuits from Australia, however here in New York we have many British stores so I've used the comparable Mcvitites Digestives biscuits instead.

    Recipe #439905

    A few of my Slavic family and friends have been making these since I was a girl. They are savory and satisfying. Here is my variation so far as spices, however the main ingredients of the recipe are a combination learned from a few terrific cooks and homemakers I've known and learned from over the years. Season to your liking and 'make them your own' - these lend well to experimenting with the flavors and seasoning.

    Recipe #415712

    A restaurant in the East Village in NYC called 'Nature Boys' (sadly now closed) served huge and cool slabs of this in the early 90's. I became such a fan that I begged for the recipe and was amazed with how easy and delicious this is! A minute to prepare, a lifetime to impress others and then teach them how easy it is to make!

    Recipe #164265

    Very easy to make and has a nice balence of tart and sweetness. Great for end of meal or on a summer afternoon. Hasn't failed yet each time I make it!

    Recipe #164263


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