|Place of origin||Italy|
|Region or state||Venice|
Baicoli gain their name because their shape resemble that of sea bass, which in local dialect is called baicoli.
These biscuits were created as a ship's biscuit, for long sea voyages by Venetian ships. Being very dry, these biscuits maintain their consistency for a long duration, when properly stored in the distinctive yellow tin boxes in which they are traditionally sold. Their preparation, which is long and laborious, has two acts of leavening and double baking.
- "Baicoli". Summer In Italy. Retrieved 25 July 2017.
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