Everything is not always as it seemsait's usually worse. With The Dark Side of Apple Pie, Baby Food, and Bunnies, you'll have a light that shines on the evil underbelly that corrupts even the most innocuous places and things. From cute and cuddly kittens that carry parasites to the cotton gin sealing the fate of American slaves, you'll find a fascinating look into the flippin' flip side of life that is as hilarious as it is horrifying. Even the warmest and fuzziest things have a dark sideaand this book guarantees you'll never look at anything the same way again.While pasta thata#39;s sealed can last for up to ten years (sounds perfect to stock an army bunker in your backyard, just in case), once the box is open, all bets are off. Once your leftover pasta has been exposed to light and air, the oils inside can actually go rancid. ... Since rancid pasta doesna#39;t usually involve bacteria, you probably wona#39;t die from eating it, but it can lead to some pretty intense issues with youranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Dark Side of Apple Pie, Baby Food, and Bunnies|
|Author||:||Ken Lytle, Katie Corcoran Lytle|
|Publisher||:||F+W Media, Inc. - 2012-02-18|