Cracker Vs Biscuit

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In American English, the name “cracker” usually refers to savory or salty flat biscuits, whereas the term “cookie” is used for sweet items. In British English, crackers are sometimes called water biscuits, savory biscuits, or simply biscuits, though the latter also is used for sweet cookies..

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