No. Uncooked cookie dough is not safe for consumption. It's important not to taste or eat it before baking because raw eggs and uncooked flour may contain bacteria, such as salmonella and E. coli, that can make you sick. Check the flour in your pantry for recalls and expiration, and throw out any stored flour that no longer has a package. In 2016, an outbreak of E. coli affected people in 24 states and was linked to consumption of uncooked flour. To help maintain food safety, clean your food storage containers with soap and hot water before reuse. Keep raw eggs separate from other ingredients, and wash hands and surfaces after handling.