"When you make dinner, you can make it how you like it," their mom said—and the kid took this to heart.
The snack is dubbed as a healthy alternative to chips and has been taking over online—but it has also been splitting opinions.
The hack has gone viral, with users claiming boiling lettuce leaves as a tea helped them fall asleep—but the science behind it all is less than convincing.
Scientists studied outbreaks of forms of E-coli which have caused eight deaths in the U.S. and Canada between 2009 to 2018.
Dozens of people have been hospitalized and many more reported ill with food poisoning after eating romaine lettuce contaminated with E. coli. The FDA continues to investigate.
The CDC has issued a recall notice advising consumers to throw away products grown in Salinas, California.
The lettuce is being pulled from shelves for a possible E.coli contamination.
Scientists studied almost 30,000 men to pinpoint potentially memory-saving foods.
The last E.coli outbreak relating to romaine lettuce lasted from April until June of 2018.
The CDC continues to advise Americans to throw out any kind of romaine lettuce if they aren't sure it's not from Yuma, Arizona.
This latest E. coli outbreak is definitely not related to one that infected dozens of Americans in November and December, the CDC said.
This feast is the first of its kind.