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A ginger biscuit, ginger nut or ginger snap is a globally popular biscuit based snack food, flavored with ginger.

These hard twice-baked biscuits are flavored with powdered ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and other spices. They typically measure 5 cm in diameter.

Global terminology

In the UK, Australia, and New Zealand and most of the former British Empire, they are often called Ginger nuts. Ginger nuts are not to be confused with pepper nuts, which are a variety of gingerbread, somewhat smaller in diameter, but thicker.

Scandinavian ginger nuts, also called ginger bread or "brunkage" in Danish (literally meaning "brown biscuits"), pepparkakor in Swedish, piparkakut in Finnish, piparkoogid in Estonian and pepperkaker in Norwegian (literally, pepper cookies), are rolled quite thin (often under 3 mm (1/8-inch) thick), and cut into shapes; they are smooth and are usually much thinner and hence crisper (and in some cases, more strongly flavoured) than most global varieties. Cloves, cinnamon and cardamom are important ingredients of these, and the actual ginger taste is not prominent. Allspice was used formerly to season ginger biscuits, but cloves replaced it later.

In the United States, the usual term...
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