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“A report I read said that genetically engineered crops don't pose any additional risks either to us or the environment.”
“It'll keep in the fridge for about... 3 or 4 days?”
“Something smells good! My mouth is watering already.”
“Some places now have a law that requires fast food restaurants to label each item with how many calories it has.”
“Are tomatoes still in season?”
“I'll tell you, one thing I can't stand is olives!”
“Fine, I'll cook.”
“Dude, did you eat the whole pizza yourself?”
“It's all done in-house.”
“I was kind of disappointed with how they turned out, to be honest.”
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