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Why is it impossible to eat a spoonfull of Cinnamon?
Answer 1:

The same reason you can't eat too much salt: it soaks up the water in your saliva, and you need that water to lubricate it as it goes down your throat.


Answer 2:

I've never tried it. I'm guessing that the fine particles of ground cinnamon make you cough if you breathe them in.



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