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Subject: Re: Bringing your own candy to theater Date: 10/4/2012 10:58 AM
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Some restaurant water tastes like it's picked up something from being kept in plastic or metal pitchers, or maybe from being on a city water supply. Maybe it's their ice machine. Or an odor left behind by their dishwashing soap or by the food around it, especially when plastic pitchers of water sit out at drink stations near the kitchen for a while.

It's not in all restaurants or all the time by any means, but if I had to eat out a lot (like traveling for a week or something) I'd probably be carrying around one of those flavor enhancers.

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