Yakutia residents will taste an Easter cake weighing a ton

admin | 09 April 2017
Moscow, April 7, Interfax - The Yakutsk Diocese and the Nemugu Baking Plant will bake "a tsar cake" for Easter.
Yakutia residents will taste an Easter cake weighing a ton
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On April 16, when the feast is celebrated, the cake weighing one ton will be delivered to Yakutsk supermarket so that everyone could taste it, press service of the local diocese told Interfax-Religion on Friday.

The Yakutsk Diocese held the same action last Easter: together with businessmen they baked a cake using 200 kilos of best wheat and 900 eggs.

The cake was decorated with a copy of the Transfiguration Cathedral from mastic with 40 kilos of candied fruit and raisins. The cake was 1,5 meter high and weighed over 400 kilos.

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