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It’s a book by Judd Apa­tow, of con­ver­sa­tions with co­me­di­ans, called Sick in the Head. re­dis­cov­er­ing Cyndi Lau­per and Sharon O’neill. And *cough* Tay­lor Swift.

So how­does it taste?

The choco­late cake is sweet but not rich. While the tex­ture may seem slightly heav­ier than ex­pected, its moist, velvet slice is soft and sat­is­fy­ing. Don’t be fooled by the lack of ta­ble sugar: the rice syrup in the ic­ing still car­ries plenty of bite. The base of the mixed-berry cheese­cake is packed with tasty nuts that de­liver a sat­is­fy­ing crunch be­low a smooth cream­cheese fill­ing. Rice syrup, again, gives it the sweet­ness you might ex­pect with­out all the guilt. Hot choco­late made with ste­via, a plant-based sugar sub­sti­tute, of­fers a dash of yum­mi­ness with­out feel­ing ex­ces­sive.

Kiwi co­me­dian Ray­bon Kan is back on the stage for the NZ Com­edy Fes­ti­val in Welling­ton. PHOTO: MONIQUE FORD

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