Did You Just Eat That? Bob the Drag Queen and Monét X Change separate icky food fact from fiction with the help of Clemson University food science professor, Paul Dawson.
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Did You Just Eat That?

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Monét X Change and Bob the Drag Queen play a trivia game on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Monét X Change and Bob the Drag Queen play a trivia game on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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Yuck! Bob the Drag Queen and Monét X Change separate icky food fact from fiction with the help of Clemson University food science professor, Paul Dawson, author of the book Did You Just Eat That? Two Scientists Explore Double-Dipping, the Five-Second Rule, and Other Food Myths in the Lab.

Heard on Bob The Drag Queen And Monét X Change: Some Tea, Some Shade.