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Doctors Recommend Donuts as Safe Alternative to Romaine Lettuce

Melanie Wong | Nov 22, 201810:09 AM     1

" . . . Instead doctors suggest substituting donuts for romaine. Safe varieties include jelly-filled, custard, glazed, cake, chocolate long john, powdered, Boston creme, sprinkled, and maple bacon. But not weird pepto-bismol pink glazed donuts which are more tragic than E. coli.

Nurses everywhere celebrate this recent food recall as they were getting weary of health-conscious staff gifting boxes of romaine lettuce to the nurse’s station. Now they can go back to the good old days of cases of deliciously healthier, E. coli-free donuts."

Doctors Recommend Donuts As Safe Alternative To Romaine Lettuce Gomer Blog

Chicago - Romaine lettuce headlining the news again, linked to an outbreak of E. coli. But know who's not in the news? That's right, donuts. Doctors

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