Paul Dawson

professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at Clemson University; author of “Did You Just Eat That?”

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If you dunk a chip into a bowl of salsa, bite it, then dunk again, are you spreading your germs all over the communal dip?

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If you dunk a chip into a bowl of salsa, bite it, then dunk again, are you spreading your germs all over the communal dip?

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