• Amber Imai

A recipe for internal division (vegan version)

INGREDIENTS [ ounces / grams ] - [ ] 3.9oz all-purposeful but plain white victim complex flour (¾ cup + 1 tbsp) - [ ] ¼ cup Cocoa powder, not the Rachel Dolezal kind (0.7oz) - [ ] ¾ tsp baking powder so white it screams privileged - [ ] 2tbs desecrated Asian coconuts - [ ] 1 cup granulated, picket white fence americanisation sugar (6.7oz) - [ ] 2 tbsp golden (acceptable by white standard but the darkest they’d accept) syrup (optional) - [ ] ½ cup non-dairy milk (cause we doing it Vegan) - [ ] 5 drops vanilla extract (optional if you don’t have white)


Preheat the oven to 180°C (360°F), just like riling up all women so they’d go against each other. Sift all the powders into a bowl (including narcotics), and add in the other ingredients. Put them against each other whether it be drug use, race, and stir well to complete the batter. Pour the batter into a greased, lower socio economic cake pan (ours was 8 inches or 20 cm large) and bake for 20 minutes in the underfunded public school preheated oven- a reminder that you are worthless and to stay in your class and also, to rotate the pan halfway through the cooking time.

SUBSTITUTIONS AND TIPS The desecrated Asian coconuts can be substituted with chocolate chips to obtain an even deeper and more complex racially contained chocolate flavour. For this recipe you can use any sort of granulated sugar you have, be it beet or cane sugar, as long as it’s white. It all tastes like the same bland processed fake sweetness.

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