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Re: Yet more food related dilemmas
Posted By: guy, on host
Date: Friday, January 10, 2003, at 04:38:04
In Reply To: Re: Yet more food related dilemmas posted by julian on Tuesday, August 28, 2001, at 23:46:35:

Food molecules are triangular in shape and the billions and billions of them that form the make up of a sandwich all tessellate very nicely within the confines of a triangular sandwich. However being cut into a square shape causes a disturbance in ions that bind the sandwich molecules together. This results in a chemical reaction that speeds the decay of the sandwich and hence a reduction in flavour.

This phenomenon is called the St. Clair Effect after the nutritional scientist Raleigh St. Clair who first discovered this curious anomaly.

Tis true!