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    How to increase nutritional density of bread


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    Well, that's one way to make bread even more inedible. I didn't think that was possible.
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    mmmmmm that mouse looks tasty.

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    eeewwww!

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    Wow.
    The mouse seems to have sliced neatly, though.
    I always have trouble slicing my mice

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    Poor little guy never had a chance...

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    Maybe if I tried chilling them for a few minutes in the freezer...

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    So i guess the mouse would be the healthiest part to eat. If it was pasture raised, that is.

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    (in Cleveland voice) That's just nasty...

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