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What's Really on Your Dinner Plate?

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Scott Cook

on 13 September 2013

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Transcript of What's Really on Your Dinner Plate?

What's Really on Your Dinner Plate?
just = only (part of the noun phrase)
As a matter of fact, (sentence)
count on
ask for
food additives
(noun) + among other things, + (adjective)
pleasing to
the palate
pleasing to
the tongue
pleasing to
the body
soothing to
the skin
just about everything

just about everything we eat

just about everything I see

just about everything he does
flavorful

appetizing
(noun - textual reference) + read(s) like (noun - textual reference)
reading ________ is like reading a ____________
plays like
This new pop song plays like a classic ballad.
Today's additives read like a chemistry book.
the controversy surrounding (noun)

the (noun)'s controversy
The controversy surrounding _________ is nothing new.
-
could

have

been

called
-
could have been + (past participle)= (
modal
+
past perfect
and
passive
)
You were in a car accident and you didn't wear your seat-belt? You
could

have

been

killed
!
guilty of (nominalized verb) / (noun)

the practice of (nominalized verb) / (noun)
(noun phrase) + (noun phrase)

what people paid for (is not)/=/ what they were getting
adulterate with
sweepings
made from

colored with
common for
stiffened with
tinted with
contaminated with
regulation on
_________ was charged for _________

what is/was supposed to be _____________ = (1 noun phrase)
______ is/was supposed to be _____________, but turn(ed/s) out to ((be)verb)
turn out

consist of
not all bad

be used as

thanks to (noun), (sentence)
stick to
the roof of (the mouth)
stackable
on the way (direction)
bred for
the reason is that + (sentence)
treat with
give off
internal / internally
allow to
on the vine
trick into
trick ___ into ___ing
turn (a color)
category of (noun)
prevent (noun) from ______ing
enable to (verb)
conglomeration of (noun)
ingest
the good news is that (sentence)
the majority of (noun)
hundreds of
(
noun1- object of the preposition
) + with which + (
noun2- repositioned subject
) +
verb
+ (
noun3- object
)
these are the
ones
with which
we

need to concern

ourselves
VS
these are the
ones

we

need to concern

ourselves
with
VS
we

need to concern

ourselves
with
these
noun1
noun2
verb
noun3

metabolize

toxic levels
can result in
...
cause problems with
controversy over
Another controversy over aspartame
involves
its possible link to an increased risk of brain tumors
.

cancer-causing agents
less of a risk
the rate of _______ has been increasing / declining
loaded with ________

(sentence), as is / are _________

there are questions of _____________
under investigation
pose a danger to
pose risks to
It is our responsibility as ______________ to
be aware of what we are _________ing
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