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, founder of The Flying Cupcake/Dancing Donut empire, dropped a bombshell when she said her favorite sweet is … raw cookie dough. “Yes, more than cupcakes, more, is available at The Flying Cupcake bakeries, where customers can grab 8-ounce containers of chocolate chip, peanut butt er monster, birthday cake, and salted-caramel brownie, with more flavors on the way. (Out-oftowners can order them on Etsy.) Drury made the product safe by eliminating eggs and using heat-treated flour, both keys to protecting against salmonella and other contaminants. With no egg, you can’t bake it, so do what you really want to do anyway—eat it with a spoon.  

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