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Photos: Gross Thanksgiving food to avoid

Avoid these fattening and just plain gross Thanksgiving foods
By LISA SPINELLI  |  November 25, 2009

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Thanksgiving is as American as apple pie. Bacon is also as American as apple pie. But bacon apple pie is not American -- it's gross, and wrong, and evil. 

Don't be evil this Thanksgiving weekend -- gain two pounds like the rest of us Americans not 20.

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