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What is not green, has not originated from something green, and gives you calories?

it can't be yogurt because yogurt has milk, cows make milk, cows also eat grass, grass is green

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There are plenty of processed food that are pretty far removed from anything green. Technically anything that has flour in it, was once green, no matter how processed it now is

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cheese or butter?? (i'm nt sure) -_-

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cheese comes from milk and butter is made from cream.
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both are from cows...:(
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well you got me! iam stumped!! wait is it salt?

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well what's the answer?
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salt has no calories!! trust me i wanna know too but my teacher wont tell me he only said if we guess right he'll buy you a pizza
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crap!!
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A calorie is a measure of heat. We tend to associate it with food. Look up the actual definition of calorie, but I'm wondering if it's the sun
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ooohhhhh!!!!! that's good!!!!
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Hmm.. Pasta?

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pasta is made from grain, grain is a plant, grain was once green...

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im gonna say eggs, but im not sure if they give calories....so...

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eggs come from a hen, a hen eats seads, seads fall from plants, plants, are green.
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Greenfood

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Ta Da! Mushrooms.

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maybe i'll ask my science teacher today
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I know they are a fungus but they still grow from the earth. so they would be considered at a "green". right??
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I'm stickin with it ...at no point in a shrooms life is it green.
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