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Would You Eat Deep-Fried Koolaid?

(SignOnSanDiego.com/Jonathan Horn)

With summer festival and fair season back again,  it’s time to experience those once a year kind of things we normally wouldn’t indulge in.

In addition to carnival elephant ears, grilled sausage, cotton candy, and the like, one of those “Hey, why not?” items can be deep-fried anything, from ice cream to candy bars to Oreos. (BTW, deep-fried Oreos are awesome.)

Sign On San Diego is reporting the San Diego County Fair is featuring deep-fried Koolaid balls. Creators say 400 to 600 orders were served over a weekend.

Is there anything you’ve ever wanted to try deep-fried?

 

 

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