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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Banning sprinkles - it's just wrong

Banning sprinkles  It's a national (global) tragedy.  We should be out protesting this. Write to congress. It's a liberal conspiracy and UN-American. Send out those drones!
 Sprinkles are very small pieces of confectionery used as a decoration or to add texture to desserts—typically cupcakes, cookies, doughnuts, ice cream, frozen yogurt, some puddings, and in the Netherlands and Australia, sandwiches or bread. The tiny candies are produced in a variety of colors and are generally used as a topping or a decorative element.
 It's all about removing trace amounts of trans fats from our diets.
No word on banning Jimmies - shh... let's keep that name to ourselves. If they ban Nonpareils - the French will pitch a fit. 
 In the Northeastern United States, sprinkles are often referred to as jimmies. Jimmies are usually considered to be used as an ice cream topping, while sprinkles are for decorating baked goods, but the term can be used for both.

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