“I Sent $150 Of These Cookies To My Son When He Was Living In Germany”: People Are Sharing The “American” Ingredients That Are Almost Non-Existent Abroad

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“I Sent $150 Of These Cookies To My Son When He Was Living In Germany”: People Are Sharing The “American” Ingredients That Are Almost Non-Existent Abroad

Published Saturday 18 June 2022

"As a Londoner who has lived in Indiana and Illinois, if you could send these to me in the UK, I’d give you my first born."

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