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How Much Do You Know About Baking Versus The Hosts Of "The Great Australian Bake Off”?

Will you be left with a soggy bottom, or will you be star baker?

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Mel Buttle and Claire Hooper, the hosts of The Great Australian Bake Off, recently stopped by the BuzzFeed office - so we decided to put their baking know-how to the test. See how you fare against Mel and Claire!

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    B: 13!

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    A: A soft roll made with lard and milk, typically indented by the baker's thumb!

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    C: The crumb!

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    C: 2 Billion! According to KitchenProject.com that amounts to about 300 cookies for each person!

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    B: New Zealand! The first record of a Pavlova dates back to 1926 in New Zealand.

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    C: Salty, sweet, sour, bitter and umami!

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    B: Italian! French meringue is made whisking sugar into beaten egg whites while Swiss is made whisking sugar into beaten egg whites over a pan of hot water.

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    A: Flour, salt and water are the traditional ingredients in a damper loaf.

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    B: Powdered eel!

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    A: Choux! The light pastry is also used for profiteroles.

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    A: all of these cakes use whipped eggs in the batter, making them light and fluffy.

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    B: Genoise! The other types of sponge use separated eggs in the batter.

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The Great Australian Bake Off begins on October 13, 8.30pm AEDT on FOXTEL. Tune in to see Mel, Claire and a shit-ton more cake!

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