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    I'm strongly opposed to sprinkles on fairy bread. 100s and 1000s only need apply.

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    I like the inferior long shaped on fairy bread. They just seem better! They also don't bounce everywhere when the kids are 'helping'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Attachment 78116 I grew up eating all of these (and many more varieties) on bread.
    Mum's German but that didn't stop her from putting this on our toast! In a pinch she would just grate dark chocolate on it lol

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    100's and 1000's all the way!! The other ones dont taste right...

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    100's and 1000's are the only acceptable option for fairy bread.
    Either is okay for cakes, ice cream etc.

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    True fairy bread requires 100's and 1000's.

    Those other sprinkle type ones should be reserved for cakes and the like.

    I'm not totally passionate about this subject as *whispers* I don't really like either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Don't know that I have a opinion on this. Any will do for me. I don't like either and the kids don't seem to care.

    Sorry if I upset you in the other thread .
    Noooo, not upset! Definitely not. Although now you've told me you don't like either I am reconsidering how awesome I think you are. 😝

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Do you do the Dutch Licorice?
    I love aniseed - black cats, black jelly beans, I remember when black jelly babies were aniseed flavoured. Cannot do the Dutch version!
    Bleurgh! No thank you. My mum loves it and gets all nostalgic eating it! The Dutch are notorious in Europe for having awful savoury food. Just stick with the sweet stuff!

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    I don't think it really matters, but it MUST be fresh white bread with real butter!

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