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I am a woman who follows a strict diet. It has nothing to do with weight or any medical condition. I don't care about calories. It's about eating organic, and there are a lot of things I do not tolerate, such as corn syrup, food coloring, table sugar, unfiltered water, etc. If I do not approve of a treat someone has made, is it appropriate to politely decline to accept it? On occasions where I'm given something I don't have to eat in front of them, I graciously accept it and then give it away later. On occasions where I'm given something I don't have to eat in front of them, I graciously accept it and then give it away later.の和訳をよろしくお願いします

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>On occasions where I'm given something I don't have to eat in front of them, I graciously accept it and then give it away later.の和訳をよろしくお願いします ⇒私が何かを与えられた折でも彼らの前で食べなくてもいいので、私は恭しくそれを受け取っておいて、後でそれを人にあげてしまいます。 *「私」は独自の食餌制限をしているので、それに合わない食べ物をもらったときは、「ありがたく」いただいておいて、後で欲しい人がいればその人にあげるんですね。(欲しい人がいなければ、捨ててしまうんだと思います。)

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