Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Next they'll tell us we can go swimming less than an hour after eating

Mothers of my granddaughters, take note: pacifiers, crackers, and blueberries that get dropped on the floor can remain there not five, but thirty seconds before bacteria start swarming over them. And if it's dry food, a kid can wait a full minute before finding her missing bread crust under her chair.

At least that's what student researchers at Connecticut College concluded. Thanks to them, we can all now breathe easier. And eat fumbled food with less angst.

2 Comments:

At 6:56 AM, Blogger cheri said...

...or that the vitamins are in the crust...

 
At 7:41 AM, Blogger bean & sprout's rep. said...

well thank God someone was able to clear that up. come to find out, i've been doing it "right" all along! heh.

 

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