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How Do You Feel About Wedding Cake?

Wedding Cake: Love It or Hate It?

While it can come in an endless variety of flavors, from red velvet to lemon poppy seed, more often than not, the cake at weddings doesn't taste very good. If the incredibly overpriced dessert is covered in paste-like fondant or too much sugary buttercream, I'm not a fan. However, when the cake is moist with a thin layer of classic cream cheese or chocolate frosting, I'll happily eat a piece or two. How do you feel about it? Are you a fan of wedding cake?

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Anjellarok Anjellarok 4 years
I've never had a bad piece of wedding cake...and they are so beautiful.
danakscully64 danakscully64 4 years
Voted Undecided, because it depends on the cake.
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 4 years
It really depends on the cake. I will say, however, that the best wedding cake I've ever eaten didn't look very pretty. Is it possible that there might be a correlation between appearance and taste? Just askin'...
Yersinia Yersinia 4 years
I love to look at them, but their taste rarely equals their visual appeal, unfortunately. I've certainly enjoyed a few exceptions, but wedding cakes usually taste rather boring.
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