That might raise some interesting questions!
Yes, like what is it?
It could (for all I know) be frankincense. Which might be a good thing to have. Not in one's coffee, though.
You definitely do not want this stuff in your coffee.And no, it's not frankincense.
I suppose it could also be beach sand.Was it presented to you as "organic raw cane sugar", or some permutation of that?
Nope, it's animal hide glue.
Oh, nifty! So, you can make fancy furniture or brittle books, or fasten your icons to somethings, or... !The possibilities are limited only by present volume and laminar stability.
+JMJ+ LOLOLOL! This is like the time my aunt thought my bag of fertiliser pellets was a bag of chips. =P
Now wait just a minute. I should let it be known that I did not put this into my coffee!What in the world did those pellets look like? I'm trying to picture pellets looking like chips.
+JMJ+ She just saw the bag, which was red and yellow and had an image of vegetables on it. And in fairness, if it hadn't come with any labels, people could be forgiven for thinking it was gaudily designed food packaging.
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