We Can't Even Eat Raw Cookie Dough Anymore.

by ParentCo. June 30, 2016

Maybe you’ve swiped a bite of raw cookie dough while preparing a batch to bake. Or perhaps you’ve let your children lick the batter from the cake bowl, or use homemade “play dough” to make crafts. But even if the dough is free of raw eggs, which you think might give you a pass, don’t eat it.

Investigations traced the source of an E. coli outbreak to flour that was produced in November 2015 at the General Mills facility in Kansas City, Mo.

Source: F.D.A. Ruins Raw Cookie Dough for Everybody - The New York Times


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