Jill Duggar Is Weirding Fans Out With Her Latest Kitchen Creation

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Source: TLC

May 10 2019, Updated 1:43 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar is known for doing her own thing in the kitchen, whether it’s making barbecue tuna fish or spaghetti with Velveeta cheese. But the former Counting On star’s latest creation has fans wondering where her head is. Scroll below to see what Jill whipped up this time.

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Jill, 27, shared this photo of her son Israel, 4, chowing down on lemons. But she took their tart sweetness to another level with a secret ingredient.

The mom of two sprinkled salt all over the wedges — and fans, well, they were divided.

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“My 4 year old and I enjoy the same snack together from time to time! I thought we were the only ones. ??,” one follower commented.

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Others were horrified. “Lemons & Salt ???? Like for natural cleaning of toilets?? Yikes,” one naysayer wrote.

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Some thought Jill was ruining her son’s teeth. “Ummm.... No? This is a great way to ruin the enamel on his teeth, actually.?,” said a critic.

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Even Jill’s sister-in-law Anna Duggar didn’t approve! “Too sour for me,” she wrote.

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Jill’s sisters Jessa and Jana liked the post, so they may be fans. There have been rumors of a rift between the siblings, who seem to only communicate via Instagram these days.

What do you think of lemons and salt? Sound off in the comments below.


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