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Fizzy seltzer water gives welcome lift to oatmeal griddlecakes

The pancake labors under the burden of stereotype: flat. Which isn't nice. Just as the bold sheep may resent "sheepish," and the strident cow may balk at "cowed," so the pancake cringes at any sentence that starts

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