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SAN FRANCISCO - JUNE 19: Packages of Nestle Toll House chocolate chip cookies are displayed on a shelf at Cal Mart Grocery June 19, 2009 in San Francisco, California. Nestle is voluntarily recalling its Toll House refrigerated cookie dough products after the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning of possible E.coli contamination. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

If the cookies you just baked taste a little rubbery, you might want to stop eating and check the package of dough you used to make them.

Nestlé has announced a recall of its pre-made cookie dough after receiving reports that pieces of rubber have been found in the product. The recall applies to 26 ready-to-bake products with batch codes that begin with 9189 through 9295, the company says. The batch code can be found after the “use or freeze by” note on the product’s package.

Nestlé officials say although the rubber pieces are “food grade” and likely not harmful, they’re conducting the recall “out of an abundance of caution.” Affected products should be thrown away or returned to the store, the company says.

Have you ever found a foreign object in food?