In addition to the Katwijkse Knip, another breadtype was also baked in this bakery, which is baked twice.
This ‘seabiscuit’ was often taken on board, also as an emergency ration.
Because it was very hard and dry, they’ve had to first dip it in tea or soup in order to eat.
The traditional preparation is still popular among the Katwijkers; put it into the oven and put some butter and sugar on it.
They are still widely sold at the local bakery, try some, it’s delicious!