The scientific way to cut a cake explained
Cakes are pretty much synonymous to a fun time. A birthday, graduation or wedding – or just a celebration of it finally being the weekend. There’s a hardly an occasion that is not made better by a cake. But did you know we’ve all been cutting cakes wrong?
The ‘normal’ way to cut a cake is to cut it into triangular pieces – everybody knows that. It seems like a logical way to do it, too. It’s pretty easy to measure out evenly sized pieces and it looks good as well. But apparently we’re doing it wrong, according to science. Check it out on the next page!