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Default Sep 05, 2023 at 03:34 PM
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I need to ask this question, but does anyone else find that the smell of beef stew reminds them of hospital food?
I don't remember ever having an issue with beef stew in hospitals, but I smelled it today and it really triggered me

so I'm asking.. is it just me?
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Default Sep 05, 2023 at 05:32 PM
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@emily1890 I have not smelled beef stew in a while. We used to have it in school. My grandma and mom made it. I guess I made it.

I have that happen where I smell something like fresh cut grass and I am 12 years old again having finished mowing the family lawn. We are just filled with memories. @CANDC

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