So, there are people in Australia who actually share their vanilla slice – and you strange folk have been cutting it wrong your whole lives.
I’m not one to share a vanilla slice, but I appreciate that cutting one up – especially some of the towering vanilla slices available in country bakeries across the nation, isn’t the easiest thing to do.
So the culinary geniuses at Ferguson Plarre’s Bakehouse have shared a now-viral video showing the simple way to cut a vanilla slice that won’t result in a custardy mess.
It’s as simple as turning the slice onto its side, so that the knife glides straight through, instead of smooshing everything down. Easy peasy.
@fergusonplarresbakehouse When you realise you’ve been cutting a Vanilla Slice wrong your whole life … #fergusonplarre #howtotiktok #howtovideo #howtocut #fergusonplarresbakehouse #vanillaslice #vanillaslice #bakeryhacks #cuttinghacks #melbournebakery ♬ NANANA COLA IAN ASHER EDIT Out Now On SoundCloud – Ian Asher
Now there’s no excuse for not sharing your vanilla slice. Other than the obvious!
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