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9 Green Foods No One Wanted for St. Patrick's Day

It's not easy being green

For St. Patrick's Day, people tend to get a little out of hand with the color green. While it may seem like a good idea to dye anything and everything green on March 17, here is a roundup of green foods that prove ... it's not.

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Scientists have warned that using green food coloring in festive drinks can have unpleasant side effects, like causing bouts of diarrhea.

Cookies

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These cookies from CE Food Experience look like they're past their expiration date.

Green Eggs & Ham Flatbread

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I would not eat them here or there, I would not eat them anywhere. I would not eat green eggs and ham.

Tortilla Chips

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California Tortilla is giving out free green chips on the 17th. Thanks, but no thanks.

Cupcakes

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Even legendary Sprinkles can't make this cupcake look good.

Doughnuts

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Krispy Kreme may be one of the tastiest doughnuts out there, but there's something unappetizing about green dough.

Long Johns

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These eclair look-a-likes from The Sweet Bar Bakery Georgia are not getting any help from the green cream oozing from the inside.

Bagels

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Sorry Bruegger's Bagels, but green dough looks way too much like mold.

Green Sausage

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The yuck factor of these green sausages by SuperValu needs no explanation.

BONUS: Green chicken nuggets from NYC's The Nugget Spot.

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