In the midst of dozens of recall warnings issued by government agencies this year, the CDC has just returned to remind you that you definitely should not eat raw cookie dough this holiday season. In a recent announcement titled "Say no to raw dough!" The agency doubled the warning.
Pretty much anything that contains raw dough or dough can make you sick, the organization said. Because the flour you use for baking is not only raw (and therefore not treated for bacteria like E. coli), but raw eggs also carry the risk of salmonella for those who consume it.
The CDC insists even on a small taste The dough puts you in danger of becoming ill. However, there are some workarounds if you just can not avoid the temptation. That said please listen to the CDC! The following backhacks do not magically protect you from bacteria that promise Christmas about the toilet. Just say
- Raw flour and eggs are the main worries here, yes? By removing flour in your dough, the first issue is removed. Our team loves to trade graham crackers sometimes. It gives you an "already baked caramelize-y flavor," according to a Delish editor.
- The use of pasteurized eggs helps with egg output. The pasteurization process ensures that most of the scary bacteria that could be in your eggs are eliminated before they even get into your kitchen.
- If you feel very attached to the flour in your recipe and can not share it, then heat-treated flour is available! For example, try this type of home as the heating process has reportedly removed 99.9 percent of the potentially disease-causing bacteria found in other flours.
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