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California Soup Kitchen Receives Epic Thanksgiving Care Package From YouTube Celebrities (VIDEO)

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YouTube chefs EpicMealTime are known for cooking a ton of food with some pretty strange ingredients. (Fast Food Lasagna, anyone?)

But this time they used their skills for good by volunteering at the Someone Cares soup kitchen in Costa Mesa, Calif. Their 'Thanksgiving Care Package' included their greatest hits -- a TurBaconEpic (a pig stuffed with duck, chicken, turkey, and, of course, bacon), Fast Food Lasagna and the Angry French Canadian (a sandwich of poutine, bacon and maple syrup).

What ensued was a 203,000-calorie meal that their diners -- all either homeless, unemployed, senior citizens or disabled -- thoroughly enjoyed.

Check out the hilarious video above.

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