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Posted by Michael Stern on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 7:41 PM

Every time I think I've sampled all Sugar Wafers on earth, the horizon widens. Pictured above is a Duplex sugar wafer: dual ribbons of vanilla and strawberry creme. I found this one in South Carolina, although, like other Al's wafers and differently branded, but similarly-packaged (10 to a pack) cookies, it was made in Canada.

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