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    mailing cookies

    if i mail cookies in a tin do you think theyll crumble to pieces? it from new jersey to florida.

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    Wrap them in paper towels, stuff any extra space at the top with some popcorn... that will help minimize breakage. Also softer cookies will do better than crispy ones.

    I've gotten plenty of cookies in the mail, and they all taste good no matter if they're whole or not - but usually at least a majority are :)

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    also, a friend once told me there's such a thing as "cookie mailers". i've yet to find them so i am not sure if she was exaggerating or what.


 

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