The name biscuit is taken from its Latin original name - bis coctus - which is baked twice. In America, biscuit would be used to point to the small, quick rising and soft bread. However, in other countries that speak English, biscuits are the small cakes or cookies that are hardtack.
Something for everyone
All biscuits are made from flour, shortenings, leavening, and milk or water. In the simplest way, they are combined into a dough, then rolled out, cut into small rounds, then baked and served. Food preference from each area decides which type of biscuits, hard or soft, sweet or salty, are served. For example, Northern usually enjoy tall and tender flaky biscuits, while Southerners love soft and tender crumbs. At Naturely Shop, we have them all at a good price.