Graham cracker

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Graham crackers.

A graham cracker (said /ˈɡr.əm/ or /ˈɡræm/ in America) is a sweet tasting cracker (biscuit) made with graham flour.[1] The flour was created in the United States in the mid-19th century. The crackers are eaten as a snack food. Most of them are honey- or cinnamon-tasting.

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  1. "Homemade Graham Crackers". Retrieved March 21, 2019.