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"There is not much I care about that does not entertain me"

While I am a native English speaker who is used to awkward phrasing (kind of embarrased to be posting something like this), I am deeply confused by this sentence. If it's properly written, I'd be surprised. Never has a sentence made me struggle this much to determine if it's good english or bad.

Can someone help me out here, and tell me what's wrong (or not wrong) with it?
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Um... it's probably grammatically correct. But not well written. Of the things that I care about, almost all of them entertain me. It's still an odd sentiment.

If it were "There's not much that I like to eat that is not fattening," would that be better?
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Thank you, that makes perfect sense.