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Signs of the Games: Olympic Popcorn


This is sweet butter popcorn. You can get it at the Olympic handball venue for 10 Yuan (something like $1.50). The popcorn is only ok, but reading the back of the package is worth way more than $1.50. I'm considering switching to an all Olympic handball popcorn diet. In full:

Popcorn is a very nutritional and healthy whole grain snack.

It is a high-fiber, low-fat sugar-free food, containing essential proteins, amino acids, fat, vitamin and mineral nutrition, and other rich nutrients. In addition to the above, popcorn has 110% more on iron, calcium mineral elements compare to the steak, less fat content, crude fiber content is higher than some vegetables, some of the nutrition that white rice does not have, help to compensate for the lack of fine grain.

It also plays a very good role in reducing cholesterol in blood vessels, and prevent certain diseases provide trade elements added to the human body and prevention of certain diseases.

By Dan Steinberg  |  August 9, 2008; 7:29 AM ET
Categories:  Olympics  
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Comments

more engrish! it never gets old. I hear racist park is gone, but there must still be some good ones lurking.

Posted by: soccafan | August 9, 2008 8:35 AM | Report abuse

You're shifting over towards the original idea of salty snack of the day.

Posted by: Kim | August 9, 2008 9:16 AM | Report abuse

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