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This Cafe Serves Up Tubs of Cookie Dough

You know how you were always warned not to eat too much cookie dough or else you'll get sick?

Which is a super bummer because cookie dough is the tastiest part of baking the cookies in the first place?

Well DŌ, Cookie Dough Confections, is here to solve that problem.

Made with ingredients that won't make you sick (like raw eggs) you can munch on all kinds of cookie dough straight from a little tub :)

They also make cookie dough ice cream sandwiches!

What flavor would you want to try?

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where can I find this?
It's in New York not sure exactly where though
It's in NYC by washington square park! 550 LaGuardia Pl, New York, NY
Beautiful I live in NYC
I eat cookie dough even with eggs
Oh goodness, death by dough!
I want all of them 😋😋😋
Yummy😍😍😍😍
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