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ACCORDING to countless linguistics surveys, the most reviled word in the English language is “moist”. Apparently, a sizeable majority of the population will shudder, cringe and even feel sick to the stomach just hearing the word uttered out loud. If you are one of those folks then be warned, The Great Australian Bake Off may not be for you. You see, in the baking shed, the word “moist” is bandied about with giddy abandon. In fact, it appears to be the highest compliment you can pay a baker, prompting judge Maggie Beer (pictured) to palatable. The same cannot be said for some of the desserts in episode one. One young woman uses a bizarre combination of stout and mayonnaise in her cake. If that wasn’t enough, she added avocado and cauliflower to the icing. It sounds disgusting and yet Maggie and fellow judge Matt Moran weren’t reaching for a bucket after sampling it. Some of the cakes that were presented have to be seen to be believed. This is a show that you can watch with the whole family and come away feeling joyful and hungry!