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View Poll Results: Would you eat custard cream biscuit spread?
JUST LEAVE THE BISCUIT ALONE 6 40.00%
Yes 4 26.67%
No 4 26.67%
Other. Maybe sausages. 1 6.67%
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Not original

Lotus Original Caramelised Spread Smooth 400 g
http://www.waitrose.com/shop/Product...+spread+smooth
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Prefer eating a plain old digestive myself.:
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They get a bit soft when they're old though!
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Not at the rapid rate they get consumed hereabouts.

And if you start to twist the packaging when the top few have been noshed,(as per her indoors instructions ) they stay pretty crispy, or at least they do here for the shortish period they remain in the cupboard.
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Digestives are only acceptable when a protective coating of plain chocolate has been applied to the top?
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Digestives are only acceptable when a protective coating of plain chocolate has been applied to the top?
Incorrect.

If chocolate is to be added, then the dark coating does a much better job at protecting the biscuit.
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You mean a 360 degree chocolate enveloment condition?
I agree this is superior.
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I hadn't meant that but now I think about, it, such a coating would help to protect the vulnerable base of the digestive....
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Not that keen on custard creams, but if it was a bourbon cream spread I would give it a go.
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Custard creams

I'll take the sossijs
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Custard creams

I'll take the sossijs
Sausage cream? Does your wife know?
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