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The cheese-like dessert known as so (蘇) was a delicacy during the Asuka period (538-710 AD) and the Heian period (795-1185).
As many people on the internet recently learned, the Senate has allowed its members to drink milk in the chamber since 1966.
The senators could be very hangry as they decide Trump's fate.
Milk? Never heard of her.
This toxic concoction—made using just 30 percent milk, while the rest included refined oil, detergent, and glucose powder—was supplied to major branded outlets in six states.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is just the latest to fall under milk’s mighty spell.
From suburban slime to seedy downtown.