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The reality star has a thing for dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets.

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January 30, 2019 03:26 PM

Count Brielle Biermann among the numerous celebrities who eat the same thing every day.

Following the news that Perdue Foods is recalling 16,000 lbs. of dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets, the reality star tweeted her concern, revealing they’re a part of her daily diet.

“W T F I EAT THESES EVERYDAY,” Biermann exclaimed on Twitter on Tuesday night. (She also tweeted an hour before that she had just made a grilled cheese with tomato soup, so we know her diet is not only chicken nuggets.)

Biermann previously opened up to PEOPLE about her eating habits in 2016, confirming that she does, indeed, have a daily diet of fried chicken. “Every day I have to have a cheeseburger or chicken tenders at some point throughout my day, and if I don’t have a little something sweet — whether it’s a peanut butter cup, a small brownie or anything chocolate — after dinner, I don’t feel like I ate,” the Don’t Be Tardy star, 21, said. “My mom [Kim Zolciak-Biermann] tries to force me to eat salads but I’m not a fan!”

Luckily for Biermann, her health shouldn’t be in danger. The reason for the recall is that the nuggets were not packaged with the proper back panel label and have “an incorrect ingredient statement that did not have the milk allergen declared on the package,” according to the company. So if she’s already eaten them as often as she says, it’s safe to say she does not have that allergy.

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Jeff Shaw, Perdue’s vice president for quality assurance, said the error was noticed after a customer called to inquire about it, but so far there have been no reports of illness associated with the product.

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This is the second major nugget recall to happen this week, with Tyson Foods recalling 36,000 lbs. of chicken nuggets due to potential rubber contamination, though no illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported as a result of that recall either.

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