Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew and David Koch debate cutting the crust off fairy bread

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Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew and David Koch debate cutting the crust off fairy bread










The hosts of Seven’s Sunrise embarked on a debate on fairy bread on Wednesday.

David ‘Kochie’ Koch and Natalie Barr, along with host Edwina Bartholomew, discussed whether or not people should cut the crust off fairy bread.

According to Yahoo, Edwina said removing the scab is “a culinary crime to make all Australian parents wince.”

“Does anyone have crusts on fairy bread?” Edwina Bartholomew launched a friendly debate on fairy bread on Wednesday at sunrise

“Does anyone have crusts on fairy bread?” She asked Nat and Kochie.

Kochie said he always cuts the crust, while Natalie said she only does “sometimes”.

“I don’t think they are mandatory,” added Edwina.

The discussion was sparked by recent viral TikTok videos of Americans making fairy bread.

The Australian treat is made by spreading butter on fresh bread and adding hundreds and thousands, which Alexandria’s The foreign fork do.

Opinions: Sunrise host David Koch said he always cuts the scab, while Natalie Barr said she only does

Opinions: Sunrise host David Koch said he always cuts the scab, while Natalie Barr said she only does it “sometimes”

But according to some, the TikTok star made a crucial “mistake” in cutting the crusts from the bread.

“I’m Australian and love fairy bread, the only thing that would improve it would be to leave the crust like we usually do,” one woman said gently.

‘Scabs on it. How else can you keep it while you eat and wait for your turn on the jumping castle? ‘ another person laughed.

Others have been more direct in their criticism. ‘Yeah, no. We don’t cut the scabs, ”said one man.

Another tried to explain that the crust is actually the “handle” and that it is important because it helps to avoid getting sprinkles all over the place.

Viral: Discussion sparked over recent viral TikTok videos of Americans making fairy bread

Viral: Discussion sparked over recent viral TikTok videos of Americans making fairy bread

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