Some six months ago I designed a wastewater treatment system for a sugarless soya cookies factory in Emek Hefer industrial zone. I was unavailable for a time after, because travelled to Ecuador and later we interned my Mother in the hospital for her second lower back operation. The factory also faced apparently some delays in the approval process (I didn´t ask why). I sent my bill and called every 2 - 3 weeks.
At last the owner said your cheque is in the mail and actually, IT WAS! My 50% tax rate was duely paid to the Timayon, the Ancient Greek word adopted in Hebrew to mean the taxman, or monies that could be used profitably but were lost senselessly.
The soya cookies have no sugar nor carbs, and are said to be extreemely healthy. They are dry and have a woody texture, and taste, well, like soya beans. They are in great demand in Israel and it is also exported.