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Q: Should I be worried about gutter oil?

Most likely places to encounter it?

4 weeks 20 hours ago in  General  - China

 
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Nah, don't worry about it, eat up it'll put hair on your chest and it's easy enough to pick out any cigarette butts or food scraps from the first time the oil was used if you're a fussy eater.

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Everywhere where food is prepared and served ... for public. surprise

 

 

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Nah, don't worry about it, eat up it'll put hair on your chest and it's easy enough to pick out any cigarette butts or food scraps from the first time the oil was used if you're a fussy eater.

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Worried about the food in China? Nah ... cheeky

 

Synthetic starch can be made in lab 8.5 times more efficiently than in nature, potentially revolutionary Chinese study reveals

Synthetic starch can be made in lab 8.5 times more efficiently than in nature, potentially revolutionary Chinese study reveals

Chinese scientists have developed an industrial process to produce starch from carbon dioxide. If successfully scaled-up, it may free up farmland currently used to grow plants like maize and potatoes.

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I have lived here for 8 years. I have not gotten sick or died. Allergies...yes. Pollution...yes. Drinking Chinese wine....hell yes. I have never had a problem in a CHinese restaurant, or from buying produce in an open air market (just do not buy the meat in the warmer months).

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