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Sugar Is Sweet & So Are Lots of Other Things

by Gail Kay Haines

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Boy oh boy I thought I would love this book because I love sugar but it was LONG and SLOW for a children's book. I feel as though you could have a lot more fun talking about sugar and the molecular combinations behind sugar, but this was not the fun way. I love everything sweet except this book. ( )
  sommerkirk | Dec 8, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689317239, Hardcover)

Looks at the reasons why sugar, sweeteners, and all sweet foods taste good, and explains the role all of them play in people's diets.

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Looks at the reasons why sugar, sweeteners, and all sweet foods taste good, and explains the role all of them play in people's diets.

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