What poison taste like bitter almonds?

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Answered: Democrats have always been bitter.

Another exciting day and night in the life of the leftist Muslim Atheist poster. Under 3 of his aliases he has 11 non stop hours of posting in and he's still posting and being ignored. This doesn't count his countless hours of posting under anonymous. He better get those butt sores checked.

Answered: Would you describe meat with a gamey taste as tasting like chicken

I guess its like duck meat. It has a dull taste to it, not bitter but its definetly remiscent of pheasant or duck

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My favorite poison - pasta.

Answered: Bitter tea

Tea contains many chemicals, including ones that are bitter. Many teas, whether green tea or black tea, will become more bitter the longer you steep them. However, these characteristics vary hugely from one tea to the next. Some teas can be steeped for a long time without becoming bitter ...

Answered: How can I get rid of garlic taste in sloppy jos (I put too many cloves in

You can't just cancel the garlic. You can dilute it if you make more Sloppy Joe mix with no garlic, but it may still be too much garlic. So you either decide to love the garlic, or throw it all away.
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