The Weird History Of The Biscuit That Kept Sailors Alive | Building Ireland | Absolute History

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This episode of Building Ireland explores the history and significance of Waterford, Ireland’s oldest city which was once a thriving international trading center due to its strategic maritime location. Most of their trade came from feeding the sailors on the high seas the iconic ship’s biscuit, which later developed into the cream cracker we all know and love. They also delve into different aspects of Waterford’s history, from its Viking origins to its Georgian architectural legacy and shipbuilding achievements.

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