Adventist Walk of Shame: Leaving Potluck With Untouched Dish

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BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich. — According to the Andrews University Dietetics Department, the greatest source of shame in the Adventist experience is the prospect of leaving a potluck with a dish you made that nobody so much as tasted.

The shame felt at this experience translates globally, with Adventists everywhere reporting anxiety even thinking about their potluck creation being ignored,” said Andrews dietetics professor, Big Frank.

“Our church kitchens receive donations of baking trays and pans all the time because Adventists would rather leave their dishes behind than own up to the fact that their tofu dish was passed over by their entire congregation,” said Frank.


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