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Snap, Crackle and Pop!

Snap, Crackle and Pop!

By Lee S. Yudin, Ph.D.

Pacific Daily News

February 28, 1998

It’s still early morning, you are running a little late to get the kids fed and off to school. You are near the kitchen pantry and grab the unopened box of cereal you just purchased from the grocery store the other day. You hastily pour the cereal into each bowl, add milk, and then all of a sudden you see something crawling inside the cereal. Just at that moment, the youngest one starts to take a heaping spoonful and you yell, “DON’T EAT THAT! It’s got GA’GA (bugs, for you non-chamoru speakers) INSIDE!”

            Many of us have purchased cereal, rice, pasta, ichiban, candy, or flour from the grocery store and realized, to our dismay, that it was infested with crawling little creatures. Shivers usually go up and down one’s spine when they see these creatures in something that they have already taken a bit of. Snap, Crackle and Pop will take on a brand new meaning if this scenario ever happens to you.

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