Don’t Lick the Bowl Try Cooked-e-dough Instead

According to a recent article:

The good news is that most fungi and other microorganisms die at 160-170 degrees Fahrenheit (71-77 degrees Celsius). Pancakes are typically cooked to an internal temperature of 190-200 F (88-93 C). Other cakes and breads are cooked to internal temperatures anywhere from 180 to 210 degrees Fahrenheit (82-99 C). So, unlike in “The Last of Us,” as long as you bake or fry your dough, you’ll have killed the fungi.

The problem comes when people eat the flour without cooking it first, such as by consuming raw cookie dough or “licking the bowl clean.” Both raw egg and raw flour can contain microorganisms that make people sick. The microorganisms that public health officials are most worried about are E. coli and Salmonella, dangerous pathogens that can cause severe illness.

Source: Pancakes won’t turn you into a zombie as in HBO’s ‘The Last of Us,’ but fungi in flour have been making people sick for a long time

So make sure anything you eat that is made with flour has been fully cooked. Raw flour can make you sick.

If you just can’t live without your cookie dough, try a thick, cold sweet porridge instead.

Cooked-e Dough Porridge

In a saucepan, boil 2.5 cups of water. While you are waiting for the water to boil, in a bowl mix:

1.25 cups of flour (If you’re going to make something chocolate, use rye flour and half the sugar.)

3 tablespoons of sugar

cinnamon, nutmeg, and whatever spices you like in your cookies

When the water is boiling, add to it

2 tablespoons of butter or coconut oil

1 teaspoon salt

When the butter is melted and the water comes to a boil again, whisk in the flour and sugar mixture until it is thick and hot and starting to be dry, but not quite frying at the bottom of the pot. Remove the pot from the heat and set it aside.

At this point you can mix in some roasted nuts or raisins if you like, but if you are adding chocolate chips or other things that may melt, wait until it is cool.

Refrigerate as soon as it stops steaming.

You now have something cooked, but that tastes pretty much like cookie dough.

I just went through my files and I realized I don’t have a photo of this. Oh darn, I might have to make a video or something.

Be safe out there! Ashe!

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