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Science: The Science Of Airplane Food

Airline food has a reputation for being too bland, too mushy, too dry. The problem may not be the way it's prepared.  It could be you - and the physical changes that happen to your body, up in the air.  Scientists are teaming up with airline chefs to figure how to solve the problem. Michael Bhardwaj has the details.

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