Strange round Can-Opener Holes in Zyclon-B Cannisters...

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Re: Strange round Can-Opener Holes in Zyclon-B Cannisters...

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Scott wrote: ↑
Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:30 am
And who could have guessed that simple lightly-salted goobers were responsible for more capricious killings via allergic reaction than unlimited cans of Zyklon-B fumigant could have ever hoped?
To make it more "authentic", it could be proposed to the manufacturer to replace the peanuts with sweet almond nuts.
Almonds are rich in healthy fats, vitamin E and fiber. Although the sweet almonds you buy at the grocery store contain a small amount of cyanide, it's not enough to poison you. They contain 25.2 milligrams of cyanide per kilogram of weight, which accounts for the almond scent (cyanide).

Bitter almonds are wild almonds and contain 50 times more cyanide per kilogram than sweet almonds, according to the 2013 study in ISRN Toxicology. Eating 50 bitter almonds can be deadly.
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For authenticity the almonds could be lightly crushed and dyed a light blue. They should be "a gas" in Tel Aviv.
Don't let the minuscule amount of cyanide in sweet almonds prevent you from including these nutritious nuts in your diet.


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