#1
are oakcakes supposed to taste like cardboard?

I don't think they're supposed to be this dry and horrid. If they are, wtf Scotland?
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#3
Quote by Bladez22
are oakcakes supposed to taste like cardboard?

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#4
They're drink coasters that got put into the wrong box one day, so people just stuck with it.
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#5
Quote by guitarxo
Put honey on them


You're a star, that's much nicer than dipping them in my milk
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#6
I'd oat your cake.
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#7
Quote by Joshua Garcia
I'd oat your cake.


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#8
they are dry and savoury tasting mostly they can taste a bit horrid if they go stale
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#9
You're not supposed to eat them on their own.
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#10
Quote by guitarxo
Put honey on them


yeah.

went through a whole pack of walnut oatcakes at breakfast the other day just having them with honey.

unlike other crackers/biscuits they are horrible with nothing on top
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#11
they are best eaten with stovies


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