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I gaze longingly at the beautiful, perfect, plump donut. This is a delicately crafted piece of art. The mouthwatering mound of miraculous mush isn't able to escape my sight. It is as beautiful as a rainbow. The donut is a piece of heaven. The godly waft flowed into my nostrils. With all my might, I could not fight, the desire to dine with a small bite. The donut, the circular bundle of joy, was sending messages to me telepathically. I could hear it taunting me about how this paper was the only thing preventing mefrom eating the donut's tasty dough. It kept talking to me, but I did my best to block out the maniacal voice.The annoying lying voice wouldn't stop trying. The touch of the donut was like touching a comfy teddy bear. It felt so comfortable in my hand. It had phenomenal texture. The donut was soft with just the right amount of moisture. The frosting from the donut danced happily around my mouth. The sweet, chocolaty taste of the donut put my mind in a whole new world. SMACK! Then it was gone. I cherished the last lingering flavor of the deceased donut. Cherish the moments while the last.


My Donut, my sweet, savory, solution to hunger is sitting right in front of me. It’s like a cake and light vanilla color. This gourmet treat will be an unimaginable experience. I need the donut to relieve my hunger. This thick, moist, savory treat is only inches away. It’s sweet scent is my attraction. It’s flavors dance around. I can almost taste it's crumbles as I take the scent. It draws you in, asking to be eaten away. I can imagine the taste and feeling when I can finally take a bite. As I hold it in my hand , it's dense, rough, exterior slides along. It feels like the conglomerates of bleu cheese. It seems like even the slightest bite may complete the crumbs. As I bite in, it's unique, smooth, cake taste crosses my tongue. The dissolving donut crumbles and melts, and then it disappears. Donuts are great, I'm going to eat another one.

 


The doughnut is a fried ring or globule of sweet dough that is either yeast leavened or chemically leavened. The dough is mixed and shaped, dropped into hot oil and fried, and glazed. Jam-filled doughnuts are called bismarks. Batters vary and may be chocolate or lemon and include fruits such as blueberries, raisins, or nuts. Chemically-raised donuts are made with baking powder and are generally rather dense and cake-like. They are easily and quickly made. Yeast-raised doughnuts, which is leavened by the creation of carbon dioxide resulting from fermentation of yeast, are lighter in texture than chemically-raised doughnuts. They require several hours to produce.

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