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«Hunger is what you feel when you need food. Craving is what you feel when you want food.»
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«Beef, for instance, needs about 15,000 liters of water per kilo to produce.»
From mushrooms to canned beans, Einstein had quite the interesting diet. It remains unclear what, if any, influence his diet had on his ability to understand the deepest levels of physics.
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