Jaffa Cakes. Good or Bad??

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  1. NickJ

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    I always keep at least one pack of Jaffa Cakes in my tennis bag coz of the immediate 'top-up' they give me during a match. They're used in conjunction with bananas too but there's nothing better than some JC's.
    Discuss.
     
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  2. iradical18

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    I have no idea what a Jaffa Cake is.
     
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  3. JMS

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    Neither do I
     
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  4. hewittfan3

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    what is a jaffa cake?
     
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  5. JRstriker12

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    Wikipedia on Jaffa Cakes - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaffa_Cake

    I had no idea.

    Looking at what's in a Jaffa Biscut, I'd say they're probably not the best mid-match meal. But hey, do what works for you.

    Also just for fun. Whenever my wife goes home to Botswana, she gets these things call "Tennis Biscuts" - they sell those in the UK?
     
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  6. Bad Dog

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    Jaffa cakes taste great, but may be almost as non-nutritious as other cookies, although they seem lighter somehow :)
     
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