The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13
Using the Tomato and Chicken to Help Determine ABO Type
Posted By: Bob G(O)
In Response To: The perplexing tomato (Steve)
Geat idea Steve.
If clumping occurs with the tomato then put some blood on raw chicken breast.
If it clumps they are probably a B, if not they are probably an A.
If neither causes clumping they are probably an O.
If no clumping occurs with the tomato but it does occur with the chicken, they probably are an AB. (I think that AB shows a reaction to chicken, but I'm not sure)
Presto! A cheap blood typing kit!
Clumping Truth Table:
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