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Sales Of Edible Raw Cookie Dough Gathering Momentum

June 24, 2012: 11:00 PM EST
An Indiana woman and her sister have developed an edible cookie dough that is designed to be eaten raw as a dessert. The creators of the Cookie Dough Café spent five months testing flavors for the dough line, which uses chocolate chips, Oreo cookies, M&M’s candies and homemade brownie chunks. The dough is packed into one-pint jars that are kept chilled. The dough does not contain eggs, so it is safe to eat raw directly from the jar or mixed with ice cream. It can’t be used to make cookies, however, because it doesn’t contain baking soda or baking powder. The Associated Press reports that the dough is rapidly building a market, if positive comments on Facebook are any indication.
"SPOTLIGHT: Woman creates edible raw cookie dough", Canadian Business, June 24, 2012, via Associated Press, © The Associated Press
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