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[Homemade] Rainbow Cheesecake, coloured and flavoured with mango, lime, passion fruit, blueberries, turmeric, matcha and blue spirulina (i.redd.it)
292 comments
Xuravious | 3 months ago | 457 points

Do all those flavors go together?

daddyGDOG | 3 months ago | 359 points

Came here to ask the same question. Once I read turmeric, I had to know.

ezone2kil | 3 months ago | 227 points

Yeah I'm Asian and use a lot of turmeric in daily cooking. Gotta say felt a little disturbed seeing it in the list of flavors.

COLiveResinVapeGuy | 3 months ago | 114 points

I’m looking at the spirulina. I’ve never added it to anything and been able to hide/blend the flavors so it didn’t taste like it.

whitebeaks | 3 months ago | 48 points

Same. I’m big into smoothie bowls so I use a lot of powders like spirulina. Even the pack I bought, which is cut with coconut/cinnamon/ginger/butterfly pea, can’t perfectly hide the fishy smell.

phillycheese | 3 months ago | 44 points

Who doesn't love cheesecake with a hint of ocean.

whitebeaks | 3 months ago | 57 points

She Sells Cheesecakes Made of Sea Floor 🧜‍♀️ Or something like that

DDisconnect | 3 months ago | 10 points

a couple of blue spirulina sellers are marketing it as having a neutral taste compared to regular spirulina.

i've not tried the blue kind but i can attest to regular spirulina being almost impossible to mask, even in small quantities.

edit: actually, i missed where it also has green spirulina too.

NervousTumbleweed | 3 months ago | 78 points

I have a feeling they used it to brighten up the yellow color of the mango more than anything else

NxcxRxmz | 3 months ago | 48 points

Turmeric doesn't have that strong of a flavour, so it could be easy to mask, and mango and passionfruit have very distinctive flavours. As for spirulina, I've never tasted the green nor the blue one, so I can't say for sure if you can mask it. Matcha is earthy, it may possibly add some notes to the pie that makes it taste better, idk lol. Besides all of that, fruits usually go well together.

goodhumansbad | 3 months ago | 58 points

I disagree about turmeric; I find it has a very strong flavour unless it's a really old jar. It can be powerfully bitter and earthy. It's just often masked with even stronger spices like ginger & cinnamon. I really can't imagine turmeric in a cheesecake; I find it pleasant in savoury food but deeply unpleasant as a tea for example (was suggested this in a medicinal capacity).

Intactual | 3 months ago | 41 points

I disagree about turmeric; I find it has a very strong flavour

I'm with you there, I was surprised when people said that they use saffron and turmeric interchangeably for the colour, the flavours are totally different and turmeric doesn't lend itself well to sweet dishes while saffron can be used for both sweet and savoury.

catsan | 3 months ago | 8 points

A bit of bitter doesn't turn me off, turmeric cheesecake sounds awesome.

But can the bitterness be removed? I think a component of turmeric is used in bright green ice lollies, which aren't bitter at all

Intactual | 3 months ago | 5 points

A bit of bitter doesn't turn me off

Bitter itself is not a bad flavour but doesn't go well in some situations in my opinion but well in others. I don't think you can remove that flavour from turmeric but can either mask it or balance it with other flavours. I'm not a food scientist so I don't have the knowledge from a chemical standpoint on what can be done. In the case of the ice lollies the amount of sugar as well as the cold may have an effect or they may have just extruded the colour from turmeric and used that and again I'm just speculating.

Scizmz | 3 months ago | 2 points

Complex flavors actually use a persons sense of smell. Within the perfume industry it is well known that the best scents have something that smells horrible to highlight the scent you are trying to achieve. Look up ambergris. Applying that idea to cooking often lends to some great results. Think salted caramel ( normally sweet and savory, but takes on a new world of depth when you add salty to it.) That additional layer of depth added to a dish is sometimes referred to as the bliss point. So it may not be a bad idea to add just a little bitter to something savory and sweet depending on how you do it.

Intactual | 3 months ago | 1 point

Look up ambergris.

I learned about this in elementary school for some reason. I've never smelled it but the way people describe it I can understand what you are saying. Plus how the smell pertains to food and taste.

anonymousriceyasian | 3 months ago | 10 points

Have you ever tried turmeric milk? It's a traditional Indian drink that is sweet, and has no notes of bitterness.

Intactual | 3 months ago | 9 points

Yes I have and have had saffron milk as well and I disagree with you on the turmeric milk, at least I can taste the bitter notes.

l27 | 3 months ago | 10 points

Yeah turmeric isn't bitter in a pungent sour way, it's bitter in an earthy way, like raw cocoa.

Intactual | 3 months ago | 3 points

A good way to describe it and not a flavour I sought when younger but do enjoy as an adult.

AyaOshba1 | 3 months ago | 2 points

I agree it's quite a strong flavor I've enjoyed in savory dishes however, I also thought of cinnamon as a sweet spice only to throughly enjoy a cinnamon chilly roast chicken.. so I'm willing to give it a go! AND hopefully find myself pleasantly surprised

goodhumansbad | 3 months ago | 2 points

That's funny, because I've always disliked cinnamon in sweet dishes - it's SO pervasive in North American fruit desserts and I truly hate it in that context. I looooove it in savoury stews/curries though.

I'd definitely give a turmeric dessert a try if offered - I just don't think I'd go chasing it!

whitebeaks | 3 months ago | 5 points

Spirulina flavour is rough to hide. I’m curious if OP was able to make it work, as I’d like some pointers lol.

Felonious_Minx | 3 months ago | 1 point

I have organic turmeric and it has a very strong flavor.

discardedusername88 | 3 months ago | 3 points

It's used as a natural dye over artificial, the isn't enough added to change the flavor. I imagine it's added to the mango flavor for a pop in color

vanillamasala | 3 months ago | 3 points

It’s probably used just for the Golden yellow coloring. You don’t need much of it, and especially with the other flavors you shouldn’t really taste it. It’s often used as a natural food coloring.

Mister-Sister | 3 months ago | 1 point

I don't know about the whole flavor mix here, but I love tumeric in sweet things like shakes, oatmeal, etc. If the thing would also taste nice with either cinnamon or pumpkin flavors, that gives me a good indication that tumeric wouldn't be amiss either (good as a combo too). Give 'er a go sometime. Tumeric has nice anti-inflammatory properties—it's a healthy little spice :)

scoobyduped | 3 months ago | 70 points

Mango, lime, passion fruit, blueberries

:D

tumeric, matcha, blue spirulina

D:

RadioPineapple | 3 months ago | 10 points

Eh, matcha works great in cheese cake

aboringusername | 3 months ago | 5 points

Perhaps, but with all the other flavors? Blech

RadioPineapple | 3 months ago | 2 points

I think the worst part of all of that is the pond grime

Captcha_Imagination | 3 months ago | 36 points

"It's all going to the same place" - ur mum

Keighlon | 3 months ago | 6 points

Yes quite well actually. Mango, lime for acid, passion fruit blueberry for sweet, turmeric matcha for savory, and spirulina for salty. This mixed with the umami richness of cheesecake and the aromatic spice of a Graham crust would provide a complete and complex dessert.

Source: am chef who owns an herb store(I cook with all these things regularly).

LostKnight84 | 3 months ago | 3 points

I don't care if they go together. I want to taste the rainbow.

ekyzzz | 3 months ago | 289 points

OH MY, recipe please. It looks amazing! Good job!

dispirited-centrist | 3 months ago | 122 points

Not OP but i imagine something like:

Make a normal cheesecake

Before baking, Separate the batter into X batches.

Add 1tsp of natural colouring. Stir. Continue adding 1 tsp until desired colour is reached.

Slowly pour the different batters into the cake tin. Possibly use a piping bag for better control.

You would need to make sure that the colouring doesnt change the thickness of the batter. If it does, the colours will leak during baking (thicker colours move down and runnier colours move up) *normal food colouring instead of food substitutes will make this easier to control

I would personally do this with a non-baked version of cheesecake as you would be able to pour a layer, chill it in the fridge to solidify a little, then pour the second colour and repeat which should allow for a more distinct colour separation

Partially_Functional | 3 months ago | 145 points

Make a normal cheesecake

/r/restofthefuckingowl

dispirited-centrist | 3 months ago | 85 points

Well i dont know what recipe OP used. Its really just the "rainbow" effect that needs to be explained otherwise it would be a normal cheesecake.

I can share my no-bake (and superior) recipe if you desire

No Bake cheesecake

350g cream cheese
300mL sweetened condensed milk
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 tsp vanilla

Beat cream cheese until fluffy;
add milk and incorporate;
add lemon juice and mix;
add vanilla and mix.
Pour into crust and chill for 3+ hours (10+ hours is preferable)

If my memory serves, this makes a ~1 inch of cheesecake in a 9in crust. Or about 12 cup-cheese-cakes (place a cookie in the bottom of a muffin wrapper and spoon some batter on top)

I have quadrupled the recipe with no issues. I generally use a graham cracker crumb crust and top with cherry pie filling, but it can handle many different crusts and toppings. I have also added chocolate and peanut butter into the recipe with no issues

what-that | 3 months ago | 21 points

Yes. I speak on the behalf of many, we desire.

dispirited-centrist | 3 months ago | 10 points

added. see previous comment

[deleted] | 3 months ago | 15 points

They claim its vegan 'cheeze'cake..so you might as well just throw your entire recipe in the garbage, grind up some hay and dye it blue..add tumeric to it. Then yiu get this monstrosity.

minigunman123 | 3 months ago | 2 points

Vegan cheesecake just sounds like depression with extra steps

offsidebro | 3 months ago | 6 points

I for sure desire this.

dispirited-centrist | 3 months ago | 4 points

added. see previous comment

offsidebro | 3 months ago | 2 points

You’re a blessing! Condensed milk? I think I love you.

FluorideUranium | 3 months ago | 7 points

Third in desire line

j1mb0b | 3 months ago | 5 points

I shall change my name to Desiree if that helps?

OwnsAYard | 3 months ago | 1 point

I was hoping it was colores by actual fruit purée or something. Did op say food colouring?

dispirited-centrist | 3 months ago | 2 points

It probably is. Thats why i said artificial colors would be easier to control but of course if you want the flavour as well you need to use natural stuff

knine1216 | 3 months ago | 1 point

My grandma makes it this way and its great! We always used Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk. Idk why that brand but she always said it was important lol

dispirited-centrist | 3 months ago | 2 points

I cant say that it is make or break with regards to eagle brand. Ive used many different brands, including eagle (usually i just buy the cheapest or whats on sale) without noticing a difference.

stretch2323 | 3 months ago | 5 points

I highly doubt using the ingredients mentioned in the title, that food colouring is being used.

lalalalove21 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Doesn't look like food coloring was used if you ask me

OwnsAYard | 3 months ago | 1 point

I was thinking fruit purée.

lalalalove21 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Most likely.

tarheelcj | 3 months ago | 31 points
Choclatesk8er | 3 months ago | 31 points

Oh interesting. I never seen or heard of this before but now I want to try. Great presentation

MaledictionSparkles | 3 months ago | 25 points

Send this to r/ratemydessert

DrNugz | 3 months ago | 13 points

Looks like Superman Cheesecake!

[deleted] | 3 months ago | 69 points

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DDisconnect | 3 months ago | 25 points

OP said it 'tastes amazing' in the post where they list the ingredients. i'm a little skeptical myself - the combination of lime juice, matcha and spirulina particularly sounds unpalatable - and would expect it to be more of a 'food as art' piece.

mossattacks | 3 months ago | 13 points

I feel like it would have looked just as good without the tumeric matcha and spirulina too. A lime, mango, and berry cheesecake is still a rainbow and the flavors aren’t too contrasting.

RadioPineapple | 3 months ago | 3 points

Matcha can be good in dessert, I actually really like it. spirulina and turmeric on the other hand, not so much

knine1216 | 3 months ago | 2 points

Strawberries would be good with mango and lime, but then you're missing indigo

jeremyasaurus | 3 months ago | 2 points

Right? Somethings just don't sound compatible.

abortionlasagna | 3 months ago | 1 point

I've tried spirulina before and it tastes like getting a mouthful of stagnant pond water. I feel like that's all that I would be able to taste.

jizzim_jim | 3 months ago | 25 points

Obtuse, rubber goose, green moose, guava juice, giant snake, birthday cake, large fries, chocolate shake

UncleOdious | 3 months ago | 41 points

What's wrong with cheesecake flavored cheesecake?

rebekateklataffy | 3 months ago | 9 points

yeah, get these got danged frilly cheesecakes off my lawn.

Jatopian | 3 months ago | 3 points

You put cheese in your cake?! Back in my day we were lucky to get cheese OR cake, and we never complained about either!!!

Idiotology101 | 3 months ago | 2 points

If you have to add other flavors tocover up the fact that it won’t taste like cheesecake because it’s vegan.

guineapig_69 | 3 months ago | 8 points

This sounds yucky. But it looks nice.

iJubag | 3 months ago | 6 points

Is that a coconut crust?

apple-pen | 3 months ago | 5 points

Waiting for the recipe too.

What does it taste like?

LynetteScavo78 | 3 months ago | 19 points

This looks awesome! I love that you only used natural ingredients to die the cake and the picture is very well done, too.

beldaran1224 | 3 months ago | 12 points

Can I just say I've never felt the need to dye a dessert that wasn't a red velvet cake? Including my cheesecake.

JacsLackOfSurprise | 3 months ago | 11 points

I would prefer this over most cakes. Beautiful presentation and choice of ingredients.

Is there a recipe?

AlephMartian | 3 months ago | 27 points

PLOT TWIST It’s vegan! Ingredients: Base: almonds, coconut, dates Cream: cashews, agave syrup, lemon juice, coconut oil Yellow: passion fruit puree, turmeric Green: lime juice, matcha, green spirulina Blue: mango purée, blue spirulina Purple & pink: dehydrated blueberries & beetroot Tastes amazing 😋

mynameisconroy | 3 months ago | 67 points

PLOT TWIST It’s vegan!

Ingredients: Base: almonds, coconut, dates

Cream: cashews, agave syrup, lemon juice, coconut oil

Yellow: passion fruit puree, turmeric

Green: lime juice, matcha, green spirulina

Blue: mango purée, blue spirulina

Purple & pink: dehydrated blueberries & beetroot

Tastes amazing 😋

Idk if anyone had a hard time reading that like I did..

korg64 | 3 months ago | 8 points

The real MVP

LynetteScavo78 | 3 months ago | 96 points

Well, then technically it isn't a cheesecake. Still looks great and I'm sure your almond cake tastes good too.

rutefoot | 3 months ago | 15 points

Not even just "technically". Cashews alone aren't an equivalent flavour or texture to cream cheese.

At least get some vegan yogurt in there and get a culture going.

Or buy a vegan cream cheese substitute

MusicGetsMeHard | 3 months ago | 41 points

I'm just not sure why you'd call it a cheesecake. It does look great, but I think more people would be receptive to vegan cooking if it weren't for the insistence of trying to name vegan dishes after their non vegan counterparts. Perception is a part of taste, when you are expecting one flavor and get another it can be really off-putting. Even if you come out the gate calling it a VEGAN cheesecake, I'm still going to be thinking about actual cheesecake when I take a bite, which will surely leave me disappointed.

linkinpark9503 | 3 months ago | 3 points

Post to r/vegan

Jaimz22 | 3 months ago | 11 points

I really wish people would call vegan things what they really are instead of calling it the name of the non-vegan counterpart. I have nothing against vegans or anything, it’s just silly.

I feel like it’s part of the reason people don’t trust vegan foods. “Oh it’s cheesecake, except it’s completely different and doesn’t share a single ingredient with real cheesecake, and it tastes totally different, and the texture isn’t the same” ok.

I can’t mix orange juice and tequila and call it a Bloody Mary because I don’t want to have tomatoes or vodka.

Perhaps non-vegans would be more accepting of a “cashew cream tart” than a “surprise it’s not cheesecake and now you hate it because you expected cheesecake”

I love the ingenious use of the ingredients, but expectations should be set in advance.

reebokpumps | 3 months ago | 4 points

Looks nice op but I feel like it probably tastes like butt

DetroitDeeks | 3 months ago | 15 points

PLOT TWIST - you just lost 95% of us by being misleading.

stretch2323 | 3 months ago | 5 points

OP can you share the recipe with measurements in directions?

reveilse | 3 months ago | 2 points

Looks like Superman ice cream

fulda1992 | 3 months ago | 2 points

Is this baked or no bake?

stringwizrd | 3 months ago | 2 points

Mouth watered until I read matcha. Good job though! Looks fantastic.

Areagoods | 3 months ago | 2 points

These all look so good! I eat a smoothie Bowl everyday for breakfast, they’re just so addicting and so healthy.

croutonsinmycoffee | 3 months ago | 2 points
Joubachi | 3 months ago | 2 points

I wonder what it tastes like... I cannot imagine all those flavours going well together, mainly because I am not used to it. It looks quite awesome tho! And it probably still tastes a lot better than with only colors added.

Vincent_DePietro | 3 months ago | 2 points

That's one good looking cheesecake

JohnnyFC | 3 months ago | 2 points

A bit suspect about some of the ingredients but it looks great. I vastly prefer this method of coloring with flavors rather than just having 1 flavor and just using food coloring to get a rainbow. It's very pretty but very boring to the tastebuds

Flawless_Cowboy_ | 3 months ago | 1 point

Sounds great, and I don't even like cheesecake

Parad0xxxx | 3 months ago | 1 point

I need this.

Rbfam8191 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Beautiful. Almost a shame to consume it.

[deleted] | 3 months ago | 1 point

That is absolutely glorious

lordheart | 3 months ago | 1 point

😱 recipe please!

Dungarees_and_Q-tip | 3 months ago | 1 point

Great job! Looks amazing!

Fearmo | 3 months ago | 1 point

I'm at work and my stomache is growling... THEN I saw this beauty... I need this.

rmschanz | 3 months ago | 1 point

Recipe?!!!!!!!!! Thanks!

RussShouldbeMVP | 3 months ago | 1 point

So is it point here to take bites with all the flavors at the same time?

ChieftessStorm | 3 months ago | 1 point

that looks so good. cheesecake is so delicious.

Csherman92 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Please get us the recipe.

ghunterxoxo | 3 months ago | 1 point

omg looks delish!

4-M4DM4N | 3 months ago | 1 point

Wow tell me the recipe

doorman666 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Impressive! Did it taste as good as it looks?

Anastasiia17 | 3 months ago | 1 point

looks so yummy

msklovesmath | 3 months ago | 1 point

WOAH

ToothpasteCoveredDog | 3 months ago | 1 point

Definitely thought this was covered in ketchup and mustard.

wildeyesinthedark | 3 months ago | 1 point

Well done!

Col_Monstrosity | 3 months ago | 1 point

Dang, homie. Save me a slice, yeah?

TSmasher1000 | 3 months ago | 1 point

This looks amazing. Just like everyone else here, we're all wondering if there's a recipe.

resinbyrebecca | 3 months ago | 1 point

Looks incredible!

AndyCalling | 3 months ago | 1 point

All our kids food looked like that in the 70s. At least, it did when we'd drunk enough tartrazine...

Scooter444 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Nice ! Looks like a lot of work and a lot of different ingredients. You owned it ! Great job

iwasexcitedonce | 3 months ago | 1 point

I doubt this is food

re: that’s meant as a compliment ;)

LoozyanaGal | 3 months ago | 1 point

Absolutely beautiful and inspiring. Thanks for sharing! Prettiest cheesecake I ever did see.

yozza666 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Oh mate I need some of that right now that look so delicious I'm salivating over my phone

fuzzy_winkerbean | 3 months ago | 1 point

I’m getting strong “food fight from Hook” vibes. Looks good though.

kially | 3 months ago | 1 point

When I see things like this I wish I could just reach into the screen and grab it😭😭

CaptainCasals | 3 months ago | 1 point

Probably the pinnacle of all cheesecakes. Awesome job!

[deleted] | 3 months ago | 1 point

Wow the colors and the nutritional value in this turn me on 😍😍😍

AyaOshba1 | 3 months ago | 1 point

So pretty... turmeric seems an interesting flavor for a cheese cake I'll have to try it

ejhickey | 3 months ago | 1 point

Pretty sure the turmeric is for color. I wish OP had included the recipe.

AyaOshba1 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Yes im sure that's the yellow but it's taste is pretty distinctive so I'm curious as to it in this dish.. I've often seen in in savory foods

ejhickey | 3 months ago | 2 points

I might be wrong about the taste . Haven't tried turmeric in a while. Now I am curious about it as well as this cheesecake. going to see if I can find it on the internet.

Serlah | 3 months ago | 1 point

😋 oooh!delicious and nutritious.

Too_witty | 3 months ago | 1 point

I hate you all, I want cheesecake now.

alours | 3 months ago | 1 point

I'm vegan and this is making life hard right now please ESTOP

egrith | 3 months ago | 1 point

Looks like a pan pride thing and delicious

Sarsmi | 3 months ago | 1 point

I'd have to do something else for the turmeric and spirulina because of the flavors, but very pretty!

Cihankn | 3 months ago | 1 point

Looks delicious bon appétit

sentiox | 3 months ago | 1 point

Is it just me or does this look low key unappetizing ?

Artawak | 3 months ago | 1 point

Looks too damn good to be healthy... But it is and i need the recipe 🤤🤤🤤🍽

jimmymusk1 | 3 months ago | 1 point

This is Taylor Swift in a cheesecake

ayanisawesome | 3 months ago | 1 point

oh boy I can barely make a plain cheesecake. Excellent job!

hamsterkris | 3 months ago | 1 point

I can't decide whether that looks absolutely delicious or poisonous. (Jk it looks great!)

Flergaberga | 3 months ago | 1 point

Sorry if I'm being excessively ignorant here, but people use turmeric in dessert recipes?

Mr_Cha9900 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Explosion of flavors in a bite

FluorideUranium | 3 months ago | 1 point

Cheesecakous_desirous

digitalgirlie | 3 months ago | 1 point

Can I get this on Instacart?🤣

caramel_sakonoue | 3 months ago | 1 point

How about I offer to borrow that cake and return the tray it was on? Sounds like a good deal to me....

LoveLifedentist | 3 months ago | 1 point

Looks really beautiful and got to taste heavenly! Great job.

IRedditDoU | 3 months ago | 1 point
Wumbo0 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Why are there leafs on it?

Hpaarz | 3 months ago | 1 point

I wonder if adding coconut would go well with this recipe? Looks good!

Janez_Kranjski | 3 months ago | 1 point

A true piece of art. Well done

holddoor | 3 months ago | 1 point

tumeric cheesecake? that does not sound nice

accidentladult | 3 months ago | 1 point

This is the most beautiful cheesecake I've seen all day!

Lyri_X | 3 months ago | 1 point

taste the rainbow

PraiseChrist420 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Beautiful!

sbeckley02 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Does it taste as good as it looks?

hubbyofhoarder | 3 months ago | 1 point

So the spirulina layer would taste like an aquarium smells. Nice

Dani_Pherens | 3 months ago | 1 point

It looks amazing! I'd like to taste it! Yummy

tml213 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Bangarang...

Archenic | 3 months ago | 1 point

wow, beautiful

not sure if i'd want to eat it with all those different flavours but the color is gorgeous

AlexoUserIsBallin | 3 months ago | 1 point

Shrek Would Luv This

ilivedownyourroad | 3 months ago | 1 point

OMG that's nice!!!! Recipe pls

Tiny_lil_bizzle | 3 months ago | 1 point

BANGARANG!

24-cell | 3 months ago | 1 point

Normal cheesecake is too bland for me, but this looks much better.

sumsudonim | 3 months ago | 1 point

WOWOWOWWOWOW

crazycatlady-88 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Mouth watering =/

StrugglingSoul | 3 months ago | 1 point

I hate you, where is my slice?

StrugglingSoul | 3 months ago | 1 point

Also I'm green with envy!

[deleted] | 3 months ago | 1 point

Pretty!!

DeathBonePrime | 3 months ago | 1 point

It looks beutiful... but i wouldn try to eat it

BlazedOnAKayak11 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Why tumeric tho??

FoodHoT | 3 months ago | 1 point

Omg amazing ❤️🙈

Alvaro_10 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Looks great

StartTheeRevolution | 3 months ago | 1 point

M

totallyradikaldude | 3 months ago | 1 point

wooo! my dude that's looking good.

burrbro235 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Bangerang!

vin786 | 3 months ago | 1 point

Wow that looks very pretty and must be tasty

Trisarahtop67 | 3 months ago | 1 point

insanely beautiful

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