Baking is the act of cooking something by dry heat without direct exposure fo flame, mostly done in an oven. Baking requires some level of skill just like cooking. With that said a guy recently causes a stir after sharing his baked goods. He shared a picture on Twitter and said "Rate my baking skills." See the post made down below.
People commented under the post and were not convinced that he baked the cookies. As you can see from the picture some of the cookies are wrapped and look exactly like the store bought ones. Someone commented and said "You're perfect, I think we will need those skills on a Christmas day." Another person commented and said "Bakers Choice Assorted found shaking. Competition is tight." Check out the other comments people left under the post down below.
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