The shocking news, which throws into question the Malted Milk, Choco Leibniz and other semi-chocolate covered favourites, follows a scientific study that determined that the Rich Tea is the superior biscuit in terms of dunking.
BS. Anyone with an ounce of sense knows the humble Bourbon Cream is the King of dunkage.Posted 3 years agobrakesMember
chocolate digestives should be eaten thus:Posted 3 years ago
– without dunkage – yes, eat them with a brew, but do not dip or dunk
– whole – no nibbling or biting – broken biscuits should be disposed of into the nearest dog-shaped object
– chocolate uppermost – such that you avoid getting biscuit stuck to the roof of your mouth
– a packet per sittingpondoMember
pondo – I think you’ll find my post up there ^^^^^^ is a much more satisfying solution to the problem
Hmm, it’s an interesting approach, but (and I’m aware that this might be an alien concept for some readers) is a bite of two chocolate digestives stacked up at a time not too much biscuit in one go?Posted 3 years agoD0NKSubscriber
stops it melting on your fingers
chocolate digestives are never in my fingers long enough to melt, how slow do you lot eat? unless I’m biscuiting on the surface of the sun I can’t see this “problem” ever bothering me.
Choccy biscuits are one of those foods that doesn’t matter which way up it is, I used to eat June’s mince and onion pies upside down, structural integrity remained better whilst eating, less chance of spillage.Posted 3 years agotoppers3933Member
Molgrips, what on earth would possess you to eat a creme caramel out of the pot? They are to be turned out onto a small plate. If no plate is available they should be returned to the fridge until such a time as a plate is forth coming.
This said, I too was aware that the chocolate is on the bottom of the digestive but I have always and quite intentionally eaten them the other way up with the choc uppermost. Just feels right.Posted 3 years ago
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