Look closely at the package. Just below the words “Fresco Lavado” . . . which
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Part of me feels like laughing but the other part of me feels so sorry for that frog.
It is indeed double. I know I would be startled when I had bought this bag of salad, brrrrrrrrr…
“Frog legs farm”
I’ll be looking at bags of spinach a different way now. I would be so shocked if I found the frog in a bag of spinach.
Could he possibly be alive? He looks sort of “fresh”… I like to think God extends his miracles to little frogs too!!!
Seriously though, I adore frogs, turtles and lizards, so it made me a bit sad. And no wonder we get sick from our food…
If that happened to me I would never eat bagged salad again. I know I will look for frogs now!