Biscuit making machine manufacturers talk about the origin of biscuits: In the early days of the biscuit industry, the above concept of emergency food for long-term voyages or wars began to spread in HandMade-Type (handmade form). After the industrial revolution, due to the development of mechanical technology, biscuit production equipment and technology have rapidly developed to all parts of the world. Cookies include Biscuit, Cookies, Cracker and Pizza among others.
One day in the 1850s, strong winds caused a British sailboat to run aground on the rocks in Bee Bay, France, and the crew fled to a deserted island. After the wind stopped, people went back to the boat to look for food, but the flour, sugar and cream on the boat were soaked in the water, so the batter had to be brought back to the island, kneaded into small balls, and baked. finished eating. Unexpectedly, the baked dough is fluffy, crispy and delicious. To commemorate the escape, the crew baked and ate biscuits the same way when they returned to England, and named the biscuits "Bies Bay" after the bay. This is the origin of the English name biscuits (Biscay) of today's biscuits. Eating cookies locally is also a blessing.
Biscuit, English is Biscuit, but the biscuits produced in Guangdong on the market are called "biscuits". Some people think it's a "gimmick" for Cantonese to do business, but they don't think so, but they are wrong. Because in American English, cookies are called Crackers, and the crack at the root is like the sound of biting a cookie, meaning "crisp." Cantonese translates it as "Kilijia". And Biscuit means "soft biscuits for hot food" in American English.
So Biscuit in the UK and Cracker in the US both refer to biscuits, which are essentially the same thing with a slight difference in "taste". Anyone who has eaten "soda crackers" will think that "thick and crispy" is British style, and "thin and crispy" is American style. The recently popular "pizza biscuits" also adopt the shape of Western-style pizza, adding fruit elements, bringing innovation to traditional biscuits.
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