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We walk pretty well everywhere around town (location location location means that home to two shopping centres, newsagent etc. is a 2.5 mile round trip...throw in the hardware store and it's 4). Children like to pack a "snack" for the journey. Today they picked cherry tomatoes, strawberries, and red capsicum (bell pepper). I was proud as punch.
 

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The local maccas being the centre for swine flu in this town (It's on the crossroads of the two major arterials out of Sydney) has them never wanting to go there now.
 
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I can see the cherry tomatoes and strawberries those are tasty - but bellpepper? I couldn't imagine snacking on bellpepper. Was it prepared in some way? All tastes aside, that's very good for your kids. What this about swine flu at Mickey D's?
 

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greenaccord, we eat a lot of capsicums, raw, salads and cooked. The ones in question were cut across the grain, into clover leaf looking patterns...sum total of the prep. As to the swine flu. It's working its way through town at present. There's a McD's on the "crsossroads", of the only two western heading roads out of Sydney, and for some strange reason (not), it's been the local epicentre...people stopping for coffee, cake, and a chance to sneeze on a table.
 
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