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Stock photo ID:182735682
Upload date:September 30, 2013

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'Cookie dough photographed from above in a glass bowl with a blue spatula.Cookie dough refers to a blend of cookie ingredients which has been mixed into a malleable form which has not yet been hardened by heat. The dough is often then separated and the portions baked to individual cookies, or eaten as is.Cookie dough can be homemade or bought pre-made in packs (frozen logs, buckets, etc.). Desserts containing cookie dough, such as ice cream, candy, and milkshake are also frequently marketed.Because of the presence of raw egg, the consumption of uncooked cookie dough increases the possibility of contracting the food borne illness salmonella. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) strongly discourages the consumption of all food products containing raw egg because of this threat. Cookie dough designed specifically for eating raw (such as that found in ice cream) is made either without raw egg or with pasteurized eggs and is safe to eat. In June 2009, the FDA issued a recall for NestlA Cookie Dough for E. coli. There have been 69 cases of E. coli linked to this cookie dough, but no one has died.'
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