It sounds like the tutorial is saying (a video link with a time stamp)

we really don't wanna have swat bread bowls

which swat does not make any sense here.

what is she talking about?


The (auto-generated) CC says "flat bread bowls", and I'd agree with that:

They also say they want "tall bread bowls", so "flat" seems likely, contrasting with "tall".

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  • the cc does not fit what I listened, although makes more sense. – zghqh Feb 4 at 6:14
  • @zghqh it sounds like "fwat" to me, perhaps that's how they pronounce it, or they mispronounced it, or there was a glitch in the recording .... – muru Feb 4 at 6:16
  • @zghqh I can only agree with this answer - I hear a clear “flat”. Maybe it’s the accent? – Stephie Feb 4 at 6:37
  • Yep, I listened to it a few more times with my headphones on, and now I'm certain it's a "flat". – muru Feb 4 at 6:44
  • @Stephie in terms of semantic or the mean of sentence, it could be a "flat". Alghough I didn't hear a clear “flat”. Are you sure you heard a clear “flat”? – zghqh Feb 5 at 4:54

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