Sure, some of you scientific GeekMoms out there may quibble with the science (what, in fact, did happen with that “wimpy” sweet potato?) but this little girl’s science experiment – and her exchange with the produce clerk – has certainly made her aware of the concerns many people have about the safety of the food we buy. I love that she’s digging in and asking questions about things like chlorpropham and making YouTube viewers aware that such a product even exists. Which potato would you rather eat?
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What a sweet story. Elise explains the passion behind the local food growers’ movement. Who can resist her reasoning?
The head of the London police force confirmed to work with the court to bring these subjects to the law. Before that, in London, chaos occurred between groups who wanted to protect geometry dash historic monuments and protesters in support of the movement “Right to life of people of color”.
I’ve never eaten sweet potatoes, but I love regular potatoes, I can boil and eat them, and the salad and food will be great. basketballlegends
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