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6:19pm on Monday, 15th June, 2015:
I was in Canterbury today giving a keynote at the University of Kent School of Computing Conference. It was over-catered, which is always good, but of course caterers have to worry about food allergies. This note was on the sandwiches:
Wait, can that really say what I think it says?
It turns out that in continental Europe people make flour out of, er, flowers, and some people are allergic to lupins. Luckily for them, there was none involved in the making of this batch of industrial bread rolls.
My guess is that this box is ticked in Kent about as often as one marked "cyanide" would be ticked.
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