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Originally posted by Johnny76
how long does it keep? perfect for the preppers thanks for sharingedit on 29-3-2013 by Johnny76 because: (no reason given)
It's called many names -- sailor boys, Eskimo cookies, hockey pucks and qa-qu-lik-daqs (something "like bread).
In the Arctic it's called "'qaqqulaaq" (Inupiaq for "sailor boy"), on Little Diomede they are sometimes called Diomede Donuts (since people there "eat them like cops eat donuts"). "Postmodern Eskimo" blogger Patti Oksoktaruk Lillie, from White Mountain, calls it "Native biscotti."
It is, of course, the Sailor Boy Pilot Bread Cracker. And perhaps no other humble saltine has inspired such fervor.
Pilot Bread has also been prominently featured in episodes of two television shows, Stargate SG-1 and MacGyver.