I was enjoying a late lunch some years ago with good friends, a family from another country. At some point, the conversation moved to the subject of dessert, and I learned that my friends believed that a certain kind of dessert—common in their country and mine—was not good for you, when eaten right after consuming the type of food we’d just had for lunch.
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