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How Many Of These Scottish Foods Have You Tried?
Oh dear! Either you're not a fan of Scottish food or you haven't given it much of a chance. Unless you're allergic to Irn Bru and haggis you need to stock up on Scottish delicacies right away.
Good work. You've sampled quite a few Scottish foods and know the difference between fudge and tablet, but some foods and flavours don't appeal to you. Give them a try though: You might be surprised.
Well done! You certainly know your Caramel Wafers from your Caramel Logs. You still have a few delicacies left to try, but you're well on your way.
You're a Scottish food addict who will go to the ends of the Earth to scout out the last remaining tub of Creamola Foam. You probably own at least five bits of Tunnocks merchandise and eat haggis and clootie dumpling sandwiches for breakfast. Well done!