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Why donuts are round

Why donuts are round

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Donuts are intended to be filled with cream, custard, jelly, or some other type of filling. This filling is usually done with a machine. The round shape was first developed so that the donut would not have any corners, so that, when the donut is filled, there are no weak points for the filling to spurt out from.

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Fact About Donut

Fact About Donut

In the U.S. alone, more than 10 billion doughnuts are made every year. The largest doughnut ever made was an American-style jelly donut weighing 1.7 tons. It was 16 feet in diameter and 16 inches high in the center. Per capita, Canada has more doughnut shops than any other country.

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Celebrate Donuts Twice a Year

Celebrate Donuts Twice a Year

The first Friday of every June is National Donut Day.  This delicious day began back in 1938 to recognize the “Doughnut Lassies”.  Doughnut Lassies are women who would hand out free donuts to the American troops who served during WWI.  Incredible!  Another day that is to honor the fantastic fried treat is National Doughnut Appreciation Day, which is celebrated annually on November 5.

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Donuts are swim rings that float in my morning coffee.

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