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An American baker loses a $4,000 diamond in a batch of cakes

An American baker loses a $4,000 diamond in a batch of cakes

A US baker who allegedly lost the main diamond from her wedding ring in a batch of cakes on Friday has come under fire for not wearing gloves, after pleading with the public to try and find the gemstone.

“My diamond is missing. My heart is broken beyond measure. I wore it for 36 years. […] I'm sorry if you found it, but I don't take my ring off for anything,” Dawn “Sis” Monroe said on the Facebook page of her bakery, Sis Sweet Cookies & Cafe, according to the New York Post.

The owner of a small Kansas bakery last Friday invited her customers to try to find the main gemstone of her wedding ring, valued at $4,000, which may have fallen into the raw cookie dough during its preparation.

After mixing the ingredients of large quantities of chocolate chips, sugar, and peanut butter, the baker realized that the piece dear to her heart had disappeared.

“I was crying and all that [mon mari] “I still have mine,” the owner told local station KMBC 9. “Mainly because I didn't want to break a tooth!”

While many netizens were quick to offer their support to the woman, some pointed out that she did not wear gloves while handling food – a measure that would not be mandatory for products that must be cooked, according to Kansas health laws. , reportedly, she remembered.

It's been said that the tablets were used on 19 days of surgery, and if they had 19,000 pants, “there are those that have been prepared by the use of the pants in our boulangerie”, please. in Facebook.

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“Also note that our health screening results are still available online […] Our facilities may be inspected on any day at any time without notice. We are always ready!” she insisted.

Nearly a week after the diamond disappeared, it has still not resurfaced, even though the woman promised a free reward of cake, as well as her eternal gratitude to anyone who returns it.