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Bit of a bump, but...

In school, when we had to do this, we were supposed to make healthy foods like pastas. Now that's all very well, but I'm not that keen on pasta, tastes like rubber to me, lol. We also had to use spices which I'm frankly not keen on. But we also made "healthy" pizzas and flapjack..

There was a girl in my year who's allergic (intolerant, whatever) to pasta, so when it came to tasting, she couldn't ever do it.

It always got me though, they teach you about germs, about good food hygiene etc.. then we were expected to all try a curry from the same bowl with about 5 spoons between 30. I nearly got into trouble because I refused, as I won't eat after other people. Now considering this was.. ooh, January? and probably 1/4 of the class had colds and things, too.. how is that hygienic?!
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