Why were graham crackers invented

why were graham crackers invented

Graham crackers are typically sweetened with honey and made with whole wheat flour. Despite their excellent dipper qualities, these biscuits tend to become rather fragile when over-dipped in milk, resulting in crumbs falling into your cup. You can also eat them with jam or honey. Peanut butter is what I like on mine. I'm not talking about peanut butter and jelly. Nutella is all you need.
In an odd twist of fate, the snack crackers loved by children and the ideal platform for melted chocolate and marshmallows were invented to help people control their lust through a vegetarian diet.
Graham crackers, the snack we know and love today, get their name from a Presbyterian minister who became a champion for social reform and an avid advocate of healthy living. The Reverend Sylvester Graham was one of Graham's most important followers. According to Sylvester Graham (1794-1851), physical lust is harmful to the body and can cause severe problems such as pulmonary consumption, spinal disease, epilepsy, and even insanity. It can also cause minor problems such as headaches and indigestion. Too much lust was also considered a factor that could result in prematurely aging offspring, who would have come from weak stock.

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