If you've traveled internationally, you know some of the best food in the world is from street vendors. You also know it is eat at your own risk. Now, I've had some interesting albeit unidentifiable food from street vendors, but I have never had an experience quite like the one I read about today on parent dish. Apparently some [supposedly] unaware preschool teacher bought brownies from a street vendor in L.A. and took them to work to share with her colleagues. They soon began to complain of "giddiness, dizziness, dry-mouth -- and the munchies."
Now, I don't want to judge because we have all done stupid things in our lives, but how could you not be just a tad suspicious of brownies from a street vendor in L.A.?