Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid/Keter (not sure which yet)
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is, by nature, essentially uncontainable. As a result, containment of the recipe must be limited to suppression of any websites or cookbooks describing it, and damage control after emergence events. Mobile Task Force Rho-13, “Baker’s Dozen,” has been assigned to SCP-XXXX; their duties include location of SCP-XXXX emergence events, destruction of SCP-XXXX-1 and -2 instances, and standard amnestic and disinformation protocols.
As per Foundation Directive 3325-A, issued on ██/██/20██, all cookbooks published by major publishing companies are to be screened for SCP-XXXX (as well as SCP-████, SCP-████, and E-████); any cookbook containing the SCP-XXXX recipe is to be removed from publication, and all copies are to be recalled and destroyed. The author(s) of such a cookbook are to be detained for questioning, and given class-B amnestics, or terminated if they have become instances of SCP-XXXX-1. Purchased copies must be tracked down and destroyed, and the buyers given class-A amnestics. If possible, Foundation agents within major publishing companies should prevent the publication of such a cookbook, as it may prove impossible to retrieve all copies in circulation.
One server in each of the Foundation’s primary server farms is to be constantly trawling the internet for the SCP-XXXX recipe; any websites hosting the recipe must be taken down, and their administrators and whatever user uploaded the recipe questioned and given class-A or -B amnestics, or likewise terminated if they have become instances of SCP-XXXX-2. Any IP address that accessed the page(s) containing the SCP-XXXX recipe will be put on MTF Rho-13’s watchlist, in order to prevent SCP-XXXX emergence events.
Description: SCP-XXXX is a cake recipe, usually titled “Vanilla-Pineapple Sponge Cake,” that produces several anomalous effects when it is prepared and eaten. The recipe itself is a simple variation on a standard sponge cake recipe, changed only by the addition of pineapple juice and the use of [REDACTED], a common vegan egg substitute, not in place of, but in addition to egg. SCP-XXXX’s anomalous properties do not manifest until the recipe is prepared and eaten by a human; uneaten cakes and cupcakes prepared with the recipe are designated SCP-XXXX-1, and humans who consume an SCP-XXXX-1 instance are designated SCP-XXXX-2.
On their own, instances of SCP-XXXX-1 demonstrate no anomalous properties.
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