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    I got a box of Japanese snacks as a birthday present recently and there was some amazing stuff i there. What have you had that is better than anything available in this country?
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      (Original post by tamil fever)
      They look good, could you make them yourself?
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      Squid crisps, need I say more 👌

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      Not so much a snack, but a chocolate bar of sheer joy:

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      And you can suck up milk through it and make a sort of milky Aero thing...
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      (Original post by Reality Check)
      Not so much a snack, but a chocolate bar of sheer joy:

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      And you can suck up milk through it and make a sort of milky Aero thing...
      I had one of those recently in a South African Snack box that I was given as a present. It was really good
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      I found the website that I got the Japanese box from

      www.worldofsnacks.co.uk if anyone is interested
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      My grandparents bring me snacks from Hong Kong when they're back in England. I've got a few favourites. One of them is fried rice crackers.

      Another one is this. I don't know what it's called but it's heaven for me!

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        (Original post by sim209)
        They look good, could you make them yourself?
        lol no.i can't cook to save my life
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        Hunky Dory crisps from Ireland and Smjor butter from Iceland

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