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Ever find your sweet tooth unsatiated after eating a fruit salad? Scientists discovered earlier this week that the naturally-occurring sugar in fruit “leaves people hungrier and makes them greedier for glucose.” (The Times) Workers at various branches of Aldi supermarkets in Berlin were shocked when they found boxes of bananas void of the fruit. Instead, the […]

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Does that poster say ‘Free Fruit Fondue’? You bet it does. Get yours with the Hapa Club from 8-10 tonight in the Satow Room in Lerner. And remember to send it your free food tips, kids. There’s enough for everyone (usually).

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