One big batch of donuts is made each morning, so good sense demands arriving early. They will be fresh; and, more important, they will exist. It is not uncommon for a day's supply to run out by noon. There is only one kind: raised & glazed. They are light, not cakey; but there is a pleasant doughy substance to them very unlike common donut blobs of sweetened, deep-fried fat that taste ethereal hot from the fry kettle but soon become leaden sinkers. One stool-sitter, who had lived in North Carolina back in Krispy Kreme's salad days, declared Do-Nut's donuts to be "Like Krispy Kreme was before they got full of themselves."