zwieback is a German term which means "twice baked." They are dry toasted bread slices, long popular in Germany for their digestibility and often served to young children. One old popular brand is Brandt and they even come up now with a Diät kind for diabetics.

Zwieback is pronounced "zwi-bak"

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