Why A Special Burger At A Minneapolis Restaurant Is A Big Hit Owner Cindy Berset believes the burger induces labor. Since creating it, 31 women have tried it and then gone into labor by the next day.

Why A Special Burger At A Minneapolis Restaurant Is A Big Hit

Why A Special Burger At A Minneapolis Restaurant Is A Big Hit

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Owner Cindy Berset believes the burger induces labor. Since creating it, 31 women have tried it and then gone into labor by the next day.

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A burger served at a Minneapolis restaurant has become a huge hit. Why, you ask? Well, owner Cindy Berset believes it induces labor. Since creating the hamburger, 31 women have tried it and then gone into labor by the next day. Berset has given the burger with the special powers a special name - the labor inducer. The beef burger is topped with caramelized onions, bacon, Cajun remoulade sauce, some spicy mustard. A gut-bomb like that's bound to induce something.

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