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Nestlé Recall: Don't Eat That Cookie Dough!

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Nestlé voluntarily recalled Toll House chocolate chip cookie dough today after an outbreak of illnesses possibly linked to eating the raw delicacy. More than 60 people have fallen ill so far in 28 states.

Toll House cookie dough already comes with a warning to not eat the dough raw so in lieu of returning the product for a full refund, you might consider preheating your oven to 350° F and utilizing your nearest cookie sheet.

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