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VIRAL: Japanese woman devours 3 dozens of donuts in one sitting

/ 07:37 PM January 16, 2017

When it comes to satisfying our sweet tooth cravings, one can never go wrong with a donut.

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Most of us would probably be content to polishing off half a box in one sitting, but one Japanese woman—who seems to have a total disregard for sugar rush—has taken it to new heights by devouring 36 pieces of Krispy Kreme donuts in one sitting.

As seen in a viral video recently posted on YouTube, competitive eater Yuka Kinoshita nonchalantly ate her way to three dozens of the sugar-infused dough rings.

The petite 31-year-old started by showing off the limited-edition caramel dozen box, along with two more boxes of the chain’s patented original glazed treats.

While taking small sips of cafe au lait (coffee with hot milk), Kinoshita enthusiastically took down donut after donut, up until only nine were left from the table.

For her grand finale of sorts, the YouTuber warmed the nine remaining donuts in the microwave and continued her amazing deed.

All in all, her gastronomic feat amounted to over 9,000 calories, minus the absurd amount of grams of fat and sugar. In the clip’s description, Kinoshita also described the challenge as “tasty and amazingly delicious.”

Her impressive feat, meanwhile, is not the first time she partook in eating such an ungodly amount of food, as the professional eating machine also documented herself downing 150 McDonald’s Chicken Nuggets and finishing off a massive bowl of ramen noodles.

Kinoshita’s enormous appetite is featured on her official YouTube channel, which has over two million subscribers, as of this writing. Khristian Ibarrola

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TOPICS: donuts, Japanese, Krispy Kreme, professional eater, viral video, Youtube, Yuka Kinoshita
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