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Thin neutral-tasting biscuits consisting simply of flour and water. Ideal with cheese. They were originally a way of improving 'ship's biscuits', by largely replacing the traditional fat with water. This made them more pleasant for long journeys to hot countries. In many ways similar to a matzo.
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