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A cake problem...
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Posted 2/23/15

tf2pyros wrote:

How do I unbake a cake?


Theoretically.
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When no one's looking you switch the cake with a pile of the ingredients. They will never know.
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Heard it involves a wacky Professor and a turbo-charged Delorean...
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Cut a slice.
Eat it.
Repeat.
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1. Remove the frosting. Sealing it back in the original container.

2. Precool your oven to -325 or colder if you originally used high heats.

3. Reverse cook your cake for exactly the same time you originally cooked it.

Caution. You may find on the internet that uncooking for longer than original times may cause your eggs to become chickens or flour to become grains but that never happens. The worse that can happen is the creation of a black hole.

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A time machine. If you don't have that, then it's too late. The cake is already a part of your soul.
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stop you're all too good at this
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CTRL+Z
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You ever see that Superman movie where he flies around the world repeatedly and really fast to make time go backwards? Yeah, OP, you have to do that. I don't think you are as capable as Superman, so...it's time to hit the gym.



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Duh. You mark a mulligan on your universal scorecard.
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Posted 2/23/15 , edited 2/23/15

Vempy wrote:

CTRL+Z


You could try; Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Z , if the above didn't work... (It works wonders in Photoshop.)

Another thing is to reduce the temperature to below absolute zero and hope that you can achieve a state that is slower than not moving, for a long enough period that the cake will actually un-bake itself....

Pray to the almighty Judy Tenuta and exercise the tenets of Judy-ism in hopes of un-doing this.....

Silly Question but why would you want to un-bake a cake?
Is a particularly horribly baked cake?

If it isn't burnt and it just doesn't taste too good you could always smother it in cream cheese frosting.
If it is an exceptionally bad and horrid tasting cake you could smother it with chocolate mousse frosting, then give it to an unsuspecting bunch of high-schoolers. They'd think it was scrumptious...... Hell, they'd think it's great even if it was burnt....
(They are not stupid, they are just not used to anything homemade.)
{At least that's what kind of high-schoolers I run into...}


Try these things and tell us if you have any success.
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That's easy man. Just use a unbake-inator.
I bought it when I saw it on TV. Can you believe that I just paid $19.95 + (tax & handling), and I received a second one?
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Eat all of it, or stash it all in a nearby waste repository. If neither option is available, chuck it out a window, and hope it doesn't hit someone.
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