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    "A granola bar"

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    Is granola bar the best/favorite plate you serve to your gusts, for example, please? This is the first time I have encountered this. Also, I checked the word bar, and found it means a place. So, I think the main idea here is sharing that kind of food with street people in a place or at a set time. In a word, I failed to get the point here. Hope you help me.



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    Re: "A granola bar"


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    Re: "A granola bar"

    "Bar" describes the shape of the food. A Snickers is a "chocolate bar". A Pulsin Bliss is a "protein bar". Nature Valley make "granola bars".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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