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H7551940

  4 months ago

do you get Figgy with it?
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For the past few days I have had figs with yoghurt for my breakfast and just ate them whole with the skins on.
they are excellent for our health as packed full of nutrients.
some of the key health benefits include: being a natural laxative pps Rose that might help you and aid weight loss.

I must admit I did love the fig biscuits too but not had them for a long time.
so my questions folks when was the last time you got Figgy with it?
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trevjohn

  4 months ago
Munched through a pack of fig bickies here a couple of months ago :).
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Hawksmoor

  4 months ago
I order them whenever they appear on Tesco's website - I absolutely love fresh figs.
I like then best in a salad of mixed baby leaves, Parma ham, raspberry vinaigrette, and sliced strawberries :)
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Chris563

  4 months ago
I am not very keen on figs.
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Meryl10

  4 months ago
I used to like fig biscuits, until I read about the wasp that lays eggs in figs...... ;/
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davidwatkin

  4 months ago
This summer with figs from the garden Giz, I like them roasted with honey. xx
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g2714572

  4 months ago
Not sure Giz , then again never tried them in raw form only the ones my mum used to buy in a box! rotten !...and of course fig rolls oh i do love them with a cuppa i must say .and havnt bought them in years ..good on ya eating healthy girl
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SimonGUK

  4 months ago
It's been years, and then it was via the fig roll biscuit thingies.
Thank you for confirming you are 'keeping regularly! ;-)
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Cuss

  4 months ago
I hate them but like fig rolls
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Bismuth

  4 months ago
I love them but I find that their quality can be a bit hit-and-miss when they aren't in season. I've had ones in the past that have started growing mould before they had even ripened! I enjoy dried figs all year round though.
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spartan3002

  4 months ago
It must be 4-5 years Giz .
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