Paper on sweets

February 16, 2007 8:57am CST
I recall as a youngster eating certain sweets with the paper still on them, I think because a friend had told me that you could. Was I being 'had on', or does anyone else recall eating sweets with the paper on?
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@shuz697 (1045)
• United States
16 Feb 07
sorry but I think maybe you were being " had on " I could be wrong though maybe there are sweets like that but I have never ever heard of them before..the main thing is but your still here and they must have tasted ok so really I suppose there isn't a problem at all... have a great day... :)
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16 Feb 07
I appreciate your swift response, and for putting my mind at rest. Finally, after 16 years of worry, I can get on with my life :)
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@shuz697 (1045)
• United States
16 Feb 07
hahaha ... Im soooo glad to hear you can now go on to live a happy and fulfilling life. I know myself being tricked in to eating paper would have really messed me up too ..lol.. great discussion by the way, thanks for making me smile and you are very welcome for the response... :)
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@deebomb (15319)
• United States
17 Feb 07
Japanese candy - Japanses candy covered with rice paper
When I was a kid and living in California I was given some cady that was coverecd with edible paper. It was rice paper. The hard candy had rice paper on it then it was covered with the ususal plastic wrapper. This web site gives more details. You weren't being had on after all. http://tastyisland.wordpress.com/2006/10/28/have-your-candy-and-eat-the-wrapper-too/
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