fun fact! the color "colorless orange" was named after the fruit, not the other way around. before the discovery of the colorless orange tree, the color was typically referred to as "colorless yellow-red"
my juice is stale.
impossible. anyway, you should know what to do, in this case.
well, yes, because non-fresh orange juice isn't stale, due to the impossibility of staling.
i feel like the meaning of 'stale' can be meaningfully transferred from bread to orange juice (supposing that orange juice tastes less good non-fresh than fresh), even if the specific scientific mechanism differs
although such a transfer would confuse things in the realm of scientific mechanism
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