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Why does spinach make your teeth feel weird?

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The calcium in your saliva combined with the oxalic acid in the spinach creates calcium oxalate crystals that don't dissolve in water thus giving a chalky feel to your teeth and sticking to them. The unusual texture and feeling you get are caused by the tiny crystals floating around in your mouth

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