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Tallest stack of pancakes

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  • Who: Fukuoka Visionary Arts

  • What: Tallest stack of pancakes

  • Where: Japan

The tallest stack of pancakes measures 87 cm (2 ft 10 in) and was achieved by Fukuoka Visionary Arts (Japan), in Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan, on 29 June 2014.

The pancakes were prepared by students from Fukuoka Visionary Arts school a day before of the attempt date (28 June, 2014) and the tower was stacked by 2 students from the same school. Each pancake used to make the stack measured 24 cm in diameter and around 3mm in thickness. Total number of pancakes used to complete the 87 cm stack was 327. Ingredients of pancakes made to attempt the record were: cake flour (11,250 g), strong flour (6,750 g), salt (72 g), granulated sugar (30 g), 150 eggs, vegetable oil (1,500g), and milk (18,750 g). All pancakes made to attempt the record were distributed to the people at the attempt venue after the completion of the 87 cm stack.

The tallest stack of pancakes measures 87 cm (2 ft 10 in) and was achieved by Fukuoka Visionary Arts (Japan), in Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan, on 29 June 2014.

The pancakes were prepared by students from Fukuoka Visionary Arts school a day before the attempt date and the tower was stacked by two students from the school. Each pancake used to make the stack measured 24 cm in diameter and 3mm in thickness.

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It required 327 pancakes to complete the tower. Ingredients for the full stack included: 11.25 kg (24.8 lb) of cake flour, 6.75 kg (14.8 lb) of strong flour, 72 g of salt, 30 g of granulated sugar, 150 eggs, 1.5 kg (3.3 lb) of vegetable oil, and 18.75 kg (41.3 lb) of milk.

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After the stack was built and measured, all of the pancakes from the attempt were distributed to the event spectators for consumption.

 

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