Twitter users share baking fails during quarantine


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Unlike flour, there is no shortage of baking fails during quarantine.

Baking, seemingly everyone’s favorite quarantine pastime, has set social media on fire with beautiful breads, cookies and… other breads.

Let’s face it, it’s mostly bread.

Baking is not for everyone, clearly.

Baking is not for everyone, clearly.
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However, with its rise in popularity, there are inevitably bound to be some baking blunders. And now, those failed kitchen experiments are getting their time in the spotlight.

The trend seemingly kicked off when writer Hend Amry shared a photo of the “world’s most failed banana bread attempt,” tagging the photo with a hashtag reading #myshame.

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With an alleged texture similar to “wet play dough, but banana flavored and inexplicably sour,” the bread looks “better than it tastes,” she claimed on Twitter.

Amry’s fails were met with horror, mocking — and a profound solidarity among other bakers and their similarly botched baking attempts.

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Maybe before jumping into banana bread, start with something more simple — like this two-ingredient bread recipe.



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