MSS D1/23: session mss d1/10

UNIT 10

If space travelers in the future get hungry, they may
be able to eat the walls, doors, and furniture. Does this
sound crazy? It is not as foolish as it seems.

Dr. Schwartz, a scientist, has found a way to make
walls, doors, and furniture out of flour, cornstarch, milk,
and bananas. He mixes these foods together and then
bakes them until they are hard. They can be made into
different shapes. He says that they taste like cereal with
bananas.

Dr. Schwartz says that space travelers who run out of
regular food can eat these objects by only boiling them.
Anyone care to eat a chair? UNIT 10<br><br> If space travelers in the future get hungry, they may<br> be able to eat the walls, doors, and furniture. Does this<br> sound crazy? It is not as foolish as it seems.<br><br> Dr. Schwartz, a scientist, has found a way to make<br> walls, doors, and furniture out of flour, cornstarch, milk,<br> and bananas. He mixes these foods together and then<br> bakes them until they are hard. They can be made into<br> different shapes. He says that they taste like cereal with<br> bananas.<br><br> Dr. Schwartz says that space travelers who run out of<br> regular food can eat these objects by only boiling them.<br> Anyone care to eat a chair?

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Mr. Linville

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