Fresh Strawberry Cake - Once Upon a Chef (2023)

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Jam-packed with fresh strawberries, this strawberry cake is one of the simplest, most delicious cakes you’ll ever make.

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This strawberry cake recipe was sent to me by Karen Tannenbaum, a longtime reader, avid baker, and all-around lovely lady. In her email to me, Karen described a dinner she made that ended with this dessert as “just like a night in heaven.” I was sold. Within a few days, I had the cake in the oven and, sure enough, it was the one of the simplest, prettiest, most delicious cakes I’d ever made. The beauty of the cake is that it’s made with very few ingredients, and you can whip up the batter in under 15 minutes. What’s more, it’s a great way to use up extra strawberries or salvage berries that are less than perfect, and it keeps well for days. The recipe was originally published in Martha Stewart Living in June 2005, though it has been modified just a bit.

What You’ll Need To Make Strawberry Cake

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Step-by-Step Instructions

Begin by combining the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.

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Whisk to combine and set aside.

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Beat the butter and sugar until pale and fluffy.

Fresh Strawberry Cake - Once Upon a Chef (5)Add the egg and vanilla.

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Beat to combine.

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Add some of the flour.

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Mix to combine, then add some of the milk.

Fresh Strawberry Cake - Once Upon a Chef (9)Alternately add the remaining flour and milk, beating until smooth. The batter will be quite thick.

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Transfer the batter to a buttered 9-inch deep dish pie pan (or 9-inch round cakepan) and smooth with a spatula.

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Arrange the strawberry halves on top of the batter.

Fresh Strawberry Cake - Once Upon a Chef (12) The sprinkle with the remaining sugar. (Don’t be tempted to omit the sugar here; it balances the tartness of the berries and forms a deliciously crisp crust on top the cake.)

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Bake at 350°F for 10 minutes, then reduce the heat to 325° and bake for about an hour more.

Fresh Strawberry Cake - Once Upon a Chef (14) Cool the strawberry cake on a rack. Serve warm or room temperature, either plain or topped with sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

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Fresh Strawberry Cake

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Modestly adapted from Martha Stewart Living (June 2005), via Karen Tannenbaum

Jam-packed with fresh strawberries, this strawberry cake is one of the simplest, most delicious cakes you’ll ever make.

Servings: One 9-inch cake, 8-10 servings

Prep Time: 15 Minutes

Cook Time: 1 Hour 10 Minutes

Total Time: 1 Hour 25 Minutes

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  • 1½ cups all-purpose flour, spooned into measuring cup and leveled-off
  • 1½ teaspoons baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened, plus more for greasing the pan
  • 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar, divided
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ cup milk (low fat is fine)
  • About ¾ pound strawberries, hulled and halved


  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F and butter a 9-inch deep dish pie pan (or 9-inch round cakepan).
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder and salt. Set aside.
  3. In the bowl of an electric mixer, beat the butter and 1 cup of the sugar until pale and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Add the egg and vanilla and beat on low speed until well combined. Gradually add the flour mixture, alternating with the milk, and beat on low speed until smooth. (Note: the batter will be thick.)
  4. Transfer the batter to the prepared pan and smooth with a spatula. Arrange the strawberries on top, cut side down, so that they completely cover the batter (the recipe calls for approximately ¾ pound of strawberries; use more or less if necessary). Sprinkle the remaining 2 tablespoons of sugar over the strawberries.
  5. Bake for ten minutes, then reduce the heat to 325°F and bake until the cake is lightly golden and a tester comes out clean, about an hour. Let the cake cool in the pan on a rack. Serve with sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream, if desired.
  6. Cake can be stored at room temperature for several days, loosely covered.
  7. Freezer-Friendly Instructions: The cake can be frozen for up to 3 months. After it is completely cooled, cover it tightly with aluminum foil or freezer wrap. Thaw overnight on the countertop before serving.

Nutrition Information

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  • Per serving (10 servings)
  • Calories: 241
  • Fat: 8 g
  • Saturated fat: 5 g
  • Carbohydrates: 40 g
  • Sugar: 25 g
  • Fiber: 1 g
  • Protein: 3 g
  • Sodium: 185 mg
  • Cholesterol: 38 mg

Nutritional Data Disclaimer

This website is written and produced for informational purposes only. I am not a certified nutritionist and the nutritional data on this site has not been evaluated or approved by a nutritionist or the Food and Drug Administration. Nutritional information is offered as a courtesy and should not be construed as a guarantee. The data is calculated through an online nutritional calculator, Although I do my best to provide accurate nutritional information, these figures should be considered estimates only. Varying factors such as product types or brands purchased, natural fluctuations in fresh produce, and the way ingredients are processed change the effective nutritional information in any given recipe. Furthermore, different online calculators provide different results depending on their own nutrition fact sources and algorithms. To obtain the most accurate nutritional information in a given recipe, you should calculate the nutritional information with the actual ingredients used in your recipe, using your preferred nutrition calculator.

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  • Made this and loved it. Do you think I could try it with raspberries?

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    • — Jackie on September 16, 2022
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    • Yep, definitely 🙂

      • — Jenn on September 17, 2022
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  • Would love to try this! Any chance of British weights and measures, and temperatures *C?

    • — Janski on September 4, 2022
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    • Hi Janski, The great majority of my recipes (including this one) include conversions to metric/weight measurements. To view them, scroll down to the recipe, and immediately under the recipe title on the right side, you’ll see a little toggle. If you move it from “cup measures” to metric, you’ll see measurements that will work for you. Hope that helps! 🙂

      • — Jenn on September 6, 2022
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  • Today is the fifth time I’m make this delicious cake since I found your recipe in July. I accidentally used a whole stick of butter instead of six tablespoons. It was great. Have used a whole stick every time. Everyone loves it, especially me. Always love any of your recipes I’ve tried.

    • — Phyllis on August 30, 2022
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  • This was delicious ! I baked it for 50 minutes once the temperature was lowered to 325 because
    my new oven seems to bake faster than my former oven. So glad I did as the cake itself was
    moist. I wondered if I can use turbinado sugar on top or is it best to stick to granulated sugar?
    I gifted this for an anniversary ( they loved it ) as I thought the strawberries on top looked like hearts . They saved me a piece to try which is why I can leave this comment and question. Thank you.

    • — Bettianne Marcus on August 23, 2022
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    • Glad both you and your recipients enjoyed it! Yes, it would be fine to use turbinado on top of the cake if you’d like.

      • — Jenn on August 24, 2022
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  • I had some leftover strawberries and came across this recipe. I had to make a few changes because I didn’t have all the ingredients it calls for. I cut down the sugar for the cake to about 3/4 cup because I didn’t have any more sugar left. I used Earth Balance plant-based butter, 3 TB of the egg beaters, and cashew milk to replace the unsalted butter, large egg, and dairy milk. Lastly, I wasn’t able to sprinkle the top of the strawberries with sugar so I drizzled honey onto them. As expected, the top wasn’t crisp as it would’ve been if I had any sugar left. I was afraid that these changes would mess it up, but it actually turned out so good! I don’t like cake that is too sweet, so this had just the perfect amount. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

    • — Demitria on August 18, 2022
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  • I am wanting to do this recipe for my parents anniversary! Was just wondering can I use normal milk? Also, is it possible to use frozen strawberries?

    • — Latisha Corns on August 17, 2022
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    • Hi Latisha, This recipe calls for regular milk so yes, and frozen strawberries are fine as well. Hope your parents enjoy! 🙂

      • — Jenn on August 17, 2022
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What to do with lots of fresh strawberries? ›

What can you do with a bunch of fresh strawberries? The options are endless! You can toss them into a fruit salad, serve them as a topping for pancakes, or simply eat them straight-up. Heck, you can even freeze strawberries for a refreshing smoothie.

Can you put fresh strawberries on top of cake? ›

Arrange whole strawberries around the top edge of the cake.

Place the strawberries as close together or as far apart as you'd like. If you're piping the stars, make them wider than the strawberries. Alternatively, slice the strawberries in half, then place them cut-side-down onto the frosting.

How do you cut strawberries for a cake? ›

Using a paring knife, slice the strawberries lengthwise to between ⅛-inch and ¼-inch thickness. Place strawberries on the cake with their points facing out. Starting from the outside perimeter of the cake, place a ring of strawberries (flat-side down) with the points facing out.

Can you freeze fresh strawberries? ›

Yes, yes, yes! Wash your strawberries but be sure to thoroughly dry them with a clean kitchen towel or paper towel before freezing so they don't accumulate ice crystals in the freezer.

What can I do with a large batch of strawberries? ›

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Do fresh strawberries last longer in the refrigerator? ›

Because strawberries and other fresh berries tend to have mold spores on their surfaces, they spoil faster when left out at room temperature. Keeping them in the fridge slows down this process so you have more time to use them. It's the best option when you need to keep your strawberries for more than a day or so.

Should a cake with fresh strawberries be refrigerated? ›

Yes! Definitely refrigerate the fresh strawberry cake after it's iced to help keep the whipped cream icing's integrity. The heat will melt and break the whipped cream if it's kept out for too long, and plus, since it is cream, it is best to keep it refrigerated.

How do you keep strawberry cakes from getting soggy? ›

Simply toss the fruit in a small bowl with a small scoop of flour and add the lightly covered fruit to your cake mix and follow the rest of the recipe as normal. The light flour coating helps the fruit to 'stick' to the cake mixture better, stopping them from sinking.

How do you keep strawberries from sweating on cakes? ›

To avoid sweating or leaking, it's best to make chocolate covered strawberries the same day you plan to serve them. But the good news is, they will keep at room temperature for as long as 10 hours, without a problem. Just leave them in a cool, dry place, uncovered, on a parchment-lined baking sheet.

Is it better to cut up strawberries or leave them whole? ›

2. Keep them as whole berries. Whole strawberries will resist spoilage longer than cut-up strawberry pieces. Keep the whole basket just like you found them at the grocery store or farmers' market, and leave their green-leaf tops intact.

How do you prepare strawberries for baking? ›

Hull the strawberries with a strawberry huller (if you're into kitchen gadgets) or a paring knife (if you're like me) and spread them out on a paper towel lined baking sheet with a bit of space between each strawberry. Allow the berries to freeze overnight, then transfer them to air-tight storage containers.

Can you put fruit on a cake the day before? ›

Cakes With Fresh Berries

To work ahead, you can always frost the final layer of the buttercream, add any ganache drips, and store the cake overnight in the refrigerator. Then finish the rest of the decorating the day the cake is due to keep those berries looking fresh.

Can I freeze strawberries in Ziploc bags? ›

Transfer to a ziplock freezer bag

Squeeze out as much air as you can, or use a food sealer. Leave the strawberries in the freezer until you are ready to use them. If you have a chest freezer or upright deep freezer, keep the berries in them for better quality in long-term storage.

Should I wash strawberries before eating? ›

Whether you've bought fresh, organic strawberries from a farmer's market or strawberries from the grocery store, you should always wash strawberries before snacking on them or cooking with them.

Is it better to freeze strawberries with or without sugar? ›

Strawberries can be frozen whole, sliced or crushed, and with or without sugar. For whole, unsweetened berries, first freeze in a single layer on a baking sheet. Doing so will keep them from getting stuck together later on. Once they're solid, place in freezer containers or bags.

Is it true if you put strawberries in glass jars they last longer? ›

My tests proved that the best way to store fresh strawberries to make them last longer was to place unwashed strawberries in a glass storage container with a tight fitting lid and refrigerate them.

Does putting strawberries in a Mason jar keep them longer? ›

Just keep it in an airtight jar in your fridge. "If you put your fruit, like strawberries, in a glass jar in the refrigerator, they stay fresh for 2 to 3 weeks!" This method of storing food is actually pretty popular amongst the zero-waste community.

What do you rinse strawberries in to make them last longer? ›

Place the berries in a large bowl and wash them in a vinegar-water bath: 1 cup of white vinegar and 8 cups of water. Let the berries sit in the vinegar-water bath, gently moving them to help dislodge any dirt, grime and letting the vinegar kill spores and bacteria.

Should strawberries be stored in an airtight container? ›

Colanders are perfect for strawberry storage, allowing air to circulate freely. Unlike whole berries, once strawberries have been cut or hulled, they should be stored in an airtight container to protect the exposed flesh from mold and bacterial development, significantly reducing shelf life.

Should I wash strawberries before refrigerating? ›

Don't Pre-Wash Your Strawberries

Strawberries will stay their freshest when dry and cold, and any added moisture will soften the strawberries and encourage mold growth. So instead of washing all of your berries right when you get home from the store, wash them as you plan to eat or prepare them.

How does vinegar make strawberries last longer? ›

Soak the strawberries (leaves and all) in the vinegar/water mixture for at least 10 minutes. Then I place my strawberries in an uncovered bowl in the refrigerator. The vinegar/water mixture kills any mold spores on the strawberries and keeps them fresh longer. The vinegar does not affect the taste.

How long can a cake with fresh strawberries last? ›

Serve. Leftovers stay fresh, covered tightly, at room temperature up to 5 days and in the refrigerator up to 1 week. Make ahead: prepare cakes and frosting up to 1 day in advance. Cover cakes tightly and keep at room temperature or in the refrigerator until ready to assemble.

How long will fresh strawberries last unrefrigerated? ›

Strawberries should be refrigerated within 2 hours of cutting them. If they are left out for more than 2 hours, throw them away.

How long does fresh strawberry last in cake? ›

It is best served immediately! The cake needs refrigeration because it contains whipped cream and cut strawberries. It will last for about 1 to 2 days.

Can you put fresh fruit between cake layers? ›

Fresh fruit can be used in between layers, but the juice of the fruit tends to seep out. If using, serve immediately after assembling. Whatever filling you use, be sure to level it with the top of the dam to create an even layer between cakes.

Why is my strawberry cake so dense? ›

Don't Over-Mix

As mentioned in tip #3, over-mixing cake batter produces too much air. That trapped air expands then deflates in the oven. A deflated cake is a dense cake! Only mix the wet and dry ingredients together JUST until combined.

What makes a cake stay moist? ›

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Should strawberries be warm or cold before dipping in chocolate? ›

It is very hard because strawberries are made of 90% water. Do not dip when they are very cold, try to use room temperature strawberries. For an even better result, do not put them in the refrigerator but in a cold place.

Should you put chocolate covered strawberries in the refrigerator or leave them out? ›

Do chocolate covered strawberries need to be refrigerated? If you're planning on saving your chocolate covered strawberries for more than one day, yep, they'll need to be refrigerated.

Should I remove runners from strawberries? ›

Strawberry Runners

Runners take a lot of the plant's energy to produce, so in the first two years of life they should be cut off from where they emerge to concentrate the plant's efforts on fruit production. From year three some of the runners can be used to propagate new plants.

How do you make strawberries last longer in the refrigerator? ›

If you're pressed for time, simply storing the strawberries in their original container after discarding any that are on the brink of spoiling is a great option — but if you have extra time, soaking them in a vinegar-water solution and drying them afterwards is a great way to extend their shelf life.

When should I take the straw off my strawberries? ›

Straw should be taken off as soon as the plants start growing new leaves in the spring. Typically, this occurs around a soil temperature of 40 degrees.

What is the best way to sweeten fresh strawberries? ›

The quickest, easiest path to sweeter strawberries is tossing them with a spoonful of sugar (or sugar substitute, if you prefer). Just a little bit of sugar is all you need. Spoon it over chopped or sliced berries, stir together, then let the mixture sit for about 10 minutes before digging in.

Why do you soak strawberries in vinegar? ›

One of the great things about vinegar is that it destroys harmful bacteria so bathing your strawberries in it will keep them fresh longer. And don't worry about your berries tasting like vinegar. You'll be washing it off.

How long do you let strawberries soak in vinegar and water? ›

Pour three cups of cold water and a cup of apple cider vinegar or white vinegar into a bowl, then submerge your strawberries for five to 20 minutes. Thoroughly rinse the strawberries with cold tap water and drain them to keep them from tasting acidic.

How long will fresh fruit last on a cake? ›

Please note, if your cake has fillings like custard, cream cheese icing, fresh fruit or cream it will need to be kept in the fridge from the beginning. Cakes with these ingredients also tend to only last around 2 days.

What fruit is most typically put on top of a cake? ›

Some of the common fruits used are strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, apricots, and rhubarb. When using fruit fillings, a piping of frosting is applied on top of the layer around the outer edge of the cake to act as a dam to hold the filling in between the layers.

Is it better to freeze in bags or containers? ›

Zip-top bags are especially good for freezing food because you can more easily get all the air out of them than out of rigid containers.

Will freezing strawberries ruin them? ›

While freezing strawberries does not make them sterile, it does prevent bacteria and fungi from growing and causing the fruits to spoil. Frozen strawberries won't keep forever, but they will remain usable long enough to make the freezing process worthwhile.

Can you freeze strawberries in Tupperware? ›

Store the strawberries using the cookie-sheet method.

After that, just place the strawberries in a Tupperware container and seal it. You can store these strawberries in the freezer for up to six months. You can store them in any airtight container, like a jar.

What should you soak strawberries in to clean them? ›

Using about 1 tablespoon of kosher salt per cup of water, soak strawberries in a large bowl of salted cold water for five minutes. Then, transfer the berries to a colander and rinse under cool running water for about a minute.

How many times should you wash strawberries? ›

The primary rule about washing strawberries is simple: wash strawberries when, and only when, you're ready to eat or cook with them. Washing strawberries ahead of time only introduces moisture that wasn't there before and will make them go bad much faster.

How do you wash strawberries without getting soggy? ›

Plus, excess water droplets will remain in the package after washing and can cause berries to get soggy. Instead, fill a large bowl with cold water, then gently place the berries in a colander and dip it in the water bath. The result is an even wash that protects the berries.

Do you have to remove the stems on strawberries before freezing? ›

Is it better to freeze strawberries whole or sliced? You can technically do either, but it's a good idea to slice or at least halve the strawberries before you freeze them so they are easier to work with when you eventually use them. And no matter what you do, be sure to remove the green stems before freezing.

Why do my frozen strawberries taste different? ›

The development of off-flavor in frozen-thawed strawberries was attributed to the production of H2S. The identity of H2S was verified both chemically, through its reaction with lead acetate, and using gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy analyses.

What is the best way to preserve fresh strawberries? ›

If you're planning to keep your strawberries for a longer period of time, your best bet is to freeze them. Remove the stems, then quarter or thinly slice the berries. Place the strawberries on a parchment paper-lined plate or baking sheet, then freeze until solid, at least 30 minutes.

What to do with strawberries at the end of the season? ›

Cut back after fruiting – After the last summer-fruiting strawberries have been harvested, cut plants back to 3 inches (7.5cm) above the ground to help direct the plant's energy back into their roots and to create space for new shoots to develop before it goes into dormancy. Remove all dead leaves and trimmings.

How long do freshly picked strawberries last? ›

Strawberries are best used within 1 to 2 days of picking. Cover and store them unwashed in the refrigerator. Do not crowd or press. For long-term storage, freezing is recommended. Fruits retain more nutritional value and flavor by freezing than by any other method of preservation.

Do strawberries last longer in an airtight container? ›

Tightly seal the container and place it in the refrigerator.

Dry, airtight strawberries should last in the refrigerator for seven days or longer. For the freshest flavor, however, you'll want to eat them sooner than that.

Will strawberries stay fresh in a Ziplock bag? ›

Moisture is an enemy of the fresh strawberry. The inclination may be to store them in airtight containers, but strawberries will rot more quickly when the moisture is trapped inside. Even the plastic containers in which many grocery store strawberries are packed are a bad choice for refrigerator storage.

Can strawberries last 2 weeks in the fridge? ›

Strawberries can last easily 2 weeks and even a little longer depending on when they were picked. However, you have to take a couple of easy steps to make sure they stay fresh and don't turn moldy.

How do you keep strawberries fresh for 10 days? ›

“It turns out, the best way to keep strawberries fresh is to not wash them until you are ready to eat them, and to keep them in a sealed jar in your fridge, denying oxygen to the mould.”

How do you keep strawberries fresh for 2 weeks? ›

Just keep it in an airtight jar in your fridge. "If you put your fruit, like strawberries, in a glass jar in the refrigerator, they stay fresh for 2 to 3 weeks!" This method of storing food is actually pretty popular amongst the zero-waste community.

Why do they put plastic over strawberries? ›

In strawberries using plastic mulch can prevent the soil from getting too warm or too cool, allowing growers to time their harvest better and even speed up the cycle. It helps suppress weeds and protect strawberries from dirt, mold and fungus.

Do strawberries get sweeter later in season? ›

Strawberries get darker after picking them, but not sweeter. Rather than depending on color, smell the berries! If they smell strong and sweet, they're ripe.

Do strawberries need to be cut back in the fall? ›

Fall Strawberry Care – One thing you don't want to do is cut back your strawberry plants in the fall. Plants should only be cut back in early summer right after they finish blooming. Pruning later can leave plants vulnerable to freezing out in the winter.

Should you wash freshly picked strawberries? ›

It's important to wash your strawberries, but they should not be washed until you're ready to eat them or bake with them. Washing strawberries before storing will lead to an excess of moisture which can cause premature molding. When rinsing strawberries, rinse under cool water in a colander.

Should you soak freshly picked strawberries? ›

The most effective way to clean pesticide residue off of strawberries is to submerge them in a vinegar bath. In a bowl, mix four parts water with one part white vinegar, then let the strawberries soak in the bowl for 20 minutes.

Do strawberries last longer in a glass jar? ›

My tests proved that the best way to store fresh strawberries to make them last longer was to place unwashed strawberries in a glass storage container with a tight fitting lid and refrigerate them.


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