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I looked over at my little sister. Her eyes welled with tears and her jaw hung open. I turned back to the marshmallow I had been toasting to find it on fire. Blowing it out, I tried to explain that it was better this way. I never did have the patience to gently brown a marshmallow.
“You killed it!” she shrieked.
“You can’t kill a marshmallow, Steph.” She had just learned about vegetarians and vegans, but hadn’t quite understood. Unless she knew it was a plant, she thought it couldn’t be eaten.
The look she gave me was one of patient annoyance, “what if the air that comes off of cookies when you dunk them in milk because they’re trying to breathe and you’re drowning them? And you’re a murderer!” She shouted the last word and ran off in a fit of tears. Everyone at the camp turned and looked at me.
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