CORONA – A Corona woman who is a vegetarian and animal lover washed her salad as usual, she added artichoke hearts, dressing, and sat down to enjoy her salad.
She began to eat her salad as usual, but halfway through she noticed something different about this salad. “As I’m halfway through my salad I discover this,” said Becky Garfinkel on a Corona Facebook group where she shared the photo. “Yes that is a frog, a live frog!”
Garfinkel said that she is a strict vegetarian due to meat allergies. She said that her husband has had pet frogs in the past so he quickly rinsed the salad dressing off and will be keeping this little guy as a family pet. “ I’m just glad I didn’t eat the poor guy,” added Garfinkel. Garfinkel said that she had just purchased the Taylor Farms Organic Spring Mix at Target at the ‘Crossings at Corona’, located at 2615 Tuscany Street in the City of Corona.
This is obviously not the only store this has or will happen to, and not the only brand of salad that has an accidentally captured free live pet inside for the customer to enjoy with purchase. We all know where frogs live and all realize when the salad is organic it is even more likely that you may find an insect or even an amphibian in your next salad.
Garfinkel only shared her story because she was concerned that if she had not noticed soon enough, she could have stabbed the tiny frog with her fork and maybe even ate it. She wants others to be aware of the possibility so that they can eat carefully next time they have a salad.For late-breaking news, follow 24/7 Headline News on our Los Angeles County Facebook group, Riverside County Facebook group, Coachella Valley News group, US News group, Victor Valley/Inland Empire Facebook group. If you like what we are doing and want regular updates on your facebook stream like our Facebook Fan Page. You may also follow 24/7 Headline News on Twitter and Instagram!
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