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New Zealand and Australia share a tradition of Anzac Biscuits. Both countries claim to have invented them, but Anzac Biscuits are similar to many other older biscuit recipes that are designed to produce crisp, hard and nutritious biscuits that keep well. These were first known as Soldiers' Biscuits, but after the Gallipoli landings in 1915, they became known as Anzac Biscuits

Damper was originally prepared by workers in Australia and New Zealand who travelled in remote areas for weeks or months at a time, with only basic rations of flour, sugar and tea, supplemented by whatever local meat and vegetation was available