deadly unna sucks ass Essay

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Preheat the oven to 180C/gas 4. Lightly grease a 23cm square brownie tin with sunflower oil and line with baking paper. In a bowl, combine the ground flaxseed with 9 tablespoons of water, stir well and leave to one side to thicken up. (The flaxseed will absorb all of the liquid, acting as a binder for the brownies.)
Place the beans in a food processor and blitz to a smooth paste. Add the flaxseed mixture, sunflower oil, sugar, cocoa, ground almonds, baking powder and vanilla extract, then pulse everything again until you have a rich and glossy batter.
Roughly chop the dark chocolate into small chunks, add to the mixture and pulse briefly just to incorporate the chocolate. Spoon the batter into the prepared brownie tin and bake for 55–60 minutes, covering the brownies loosely in tin foil halfway through cooking to stop them catching. Remove from the oven 
and set aside to cool just a little. so, as it covers both racism, and a host of other issues in contemporary society. Belonging in the community of ‘The Port’ is difficult for the indigenous population of ‘The Point’, as the only time they interact is playing football. In all other circumstances, people from ‘The Port’ don’t want anything to do with them, as they have made harsh, racist judgements. When racism is about, sexism usually follows and ‘Deadly Unna’ is no exception, sexism is a major social issue covered by Phillip Gwynne. Feeling like you belong in a family, is an important part in growing up, and Blacky’s relationship with his father causes the issue of intimacy in a family to be brought up. Racism is a very evident point in the text, with the conflict between ‘The Port’, the white part of town, and ‘The Point’, where the…