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A person who is lactose intolerant would have difficulty digesting which one of the following foods? A. Three-bean salad B. Turkey hot dog with mustard C. Grilled veggie burger on a sesame
bun D. Low-fat cheesecake with raspberries
D. Low-fat cheesecake with raspberries
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