CDC warns of E.coli outbreak in romaine lettuce

Here’s some real bummer news for you:  You shouldn’t eat the salad at Thanksgiving dinner.  I know, I know.  How will you enjoy the holiday without salad?  Well, you’ll just have to find a way.

The CDC just put out a MAJOR warning about romaine lettuce . . . because of an E. coli outbreak.

There have been 32 people in 11 states who’ve been hospitalized because of tainted romaine so far.  And those states are ALL over the country, from California to New Hampshire.

Fortunately, no one has died, but it’s still BAD . . . and obviously, you don’t want to wind up getting sick or worse.

So, they’re advising everyone to throw out all of their romaine lettuce ASAP, even if you’ve already eaten some and you haven’t gotten sick.

(CNN)