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Should restaurants take your untouched bread basket and serve it to another table later?

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Should restaurants take your untouched bread basket and serve it to another table later?

SamuelAt | Apr 29, 2009 05:59 PM

You've gone out to eat dinner. You're on a diet, so even though you are sorely tempted by the bread basket, you don't touch it. The bread is fresh. Maybe even memorable. When it is removed, it has had no human contact from your table. Should it go in the garbage? Or should it be served to the table that has just been seated next to you?

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