National Biscuit Day History
National Biscuit Day celebrates the awareness of biscuits all over the United States. Biscuits are commonly made with flour, baking powder, salt, buttermilk or milk, butter or shortening, and sometimes sugar. Before the American Civil War, biscuits began as a cheap supplement to meals. Soon enough, biscuits became one of the world's favorite snacks. National Biscuit Day is celebrated annually on 29 May in the United States.
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