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Random, I KNOW...but ARE Jaffa Cakes cakes or biscuits? They have a sponge in the middle, but are on the biscuit aisle in most supermarkets! I am a blonde..it does not take much to confuse me!
Merci et bon chance with explaining it to me!
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I think the answer lies in the name... Jaffa CAKES!!
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I wouldsay cake
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a squashed cake trying to impersonate a biscuit
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yeah i would say cake aswell.
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It's a biscake
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Its A Biscuit!
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I would say a cake, biscuits are normally crunchy
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They go hard when left out, ergo they are a cake.
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(Original post by Chardonnay)
It's a biscake
Thats absurd.... Its a cascuit!
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omg, there was a thread with this in it. i ws gonna make this thread - but obviously i knew that jaffa cakes were cakes...
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(Original post by Haras Sarah)
Random, I KNOW...but ARE Jaffa Cakes cakes or biscuits? They have a sponge in the middle, but are on the biscuit aisle in most supermarkets! I am a blonde..it does not take much to confuse me!
Merci et bon chance with explaining it to me!
Try this http://www.channel4.com/4money/taxpe...003_page1.html
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http://www.vatease.co.uk/news/june2003.htm
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(Original post by saiyamana)
Thats absurd.... Its a cascuit!
:eek: It could be either!
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(Original post by Chardonnay)
:eek: It could be either!
er,m no.
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er,m no.
Yes! Biscake or cascuit... that's the question! :eek:
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(Original post by Chardonnay)
Yes! Biscake or cascuit... that's the question! :eek:

sounds like a poll title to me (and they said GC was going down hill )
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or just cake..
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It's a cake biscuit, which is a cake style variety of biscuit. So, biscuit.
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My friend claims that if it goes hard its a cake and if it goes soft its a biscuit. (He loves cakes and biscuits) So the question is what happens if you leave a Jaffa Cake/Biscuit out in the open for a few days. I'd have thought it'd go hard but i dont like Jaffa cakes.
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