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These days when people and the media discuss the topic of food, we often come across two terms: genetically modified food (GMO) and organic food. Can you explain what these phrases mean? Do a Google search for both expressions and write their definitions in your notebook.
Listen to the recording and you’ll find out if you’re right, and then, complete the sentences from the dialogue with the missing information.

There's no way you can avoid that .
I managed to draw this research task to a close .
GM foods went through methods of genetic engineering .
GM foods are more resistant to disease .
Crops can have enriched flavours .
This is a very concise report on GM and organic food.

Now, answer these questions in note form.

At which class did Chriss get homework? Home economics .
Which GM crops are mentioned in the dialogue? Soybean , corn , tomato .
Did Chris finish his research by the time his dad returns? Yes .
When was GM food first offered to the consumers? 1994 .
Which is cheaper: GM or organic food? GM food .

Do research on how the European Union tackles GMOs. What are the rules on GMO food and animal feed? What is the new EU approach on GMOs?

By now you must have come to a conclusion how important it is what you eat so here’s a recipe for a healthy snack. Read the recipe for granola bars, and convert the measurements into grams with the help of the charts. Then, tie on an apron and try making them. Enjoy your meal!

INGREDIENTS (for 20 bars)
2 c rolled oats
¾ c brown sugar ¾ tsp salt 1 tsp vanilla extract
1 ½ c whole wheat flour 1 egg ½ c vegetable oil
¾ tsp ground cinnamon ½ c honey ¾ c rasins

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and grease a baking pan. In a large bowl, mix together the oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, flour, raisins, and salt. Make a well in the center and pour in the honey, egg, oil, and vanilla. Mix well and then pat the mixture evenly into the prepared pan. Bake for 35 minutes in the preheated oven then cool for 5 minutes. Cut into bars while still warm, do not allow the bars to cool completely before cutting or they will be too hard to cut.

c = cup = 5 ml         tsp = teaspoon = 250 ml     300 F = 150 C