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(original) Made from edible oil products, this condiment is never listed on the menu.

1 Having been made from edible oil products,this condiment is never listed on the menu.

2 This condiment,which has been made from edible oil products, is never listed on the menu.

3 This condiment that has been made from edible oil products, is never listed on the menu.

Which sentence is the closest one to the original in meaning?
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Hi K.O.,

Give us your opinion first, OK?
K.O.(original) Made from edible oil products, this condiment is never listed on the menu.

2 This condiment,which has been made from edible oil products, is never listed on the menu.

That one.
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Dear Anonymous from Spain,

Your answer may be correct, but you might have given KO a chance to reply first, as I requested.
DavkettDear Anonymous from Spain,

Your answer may be correct, but you might have given KO a chance to reply first, as I requested.

Why? KO asked a question. He/she did not ask to do an exercise.
DavkettDear Anonymous from Spain,

Your answer may be correct, but you might have given KO a chance to reply first, as I requested.

BTW, where does it say that I am from Spain in any of my "anonymous" postings?
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DavkettGive us your opinion first, OK?
(Made largely from edible oil products), this condiment is never listed on the menu.

If the bracketed part isn't important to the meaning of the sentence the reply of the anon from spain could well be correct, davkett.
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Davkett
Dear Anonymous from Spain,

Your answer may be correct, but you might have given KO a chance to reply first, as I requested.

Why?

Because, Anonymous from Spain, you could have respected my request, as well as respected a meaningful pattern seen in the forum for multiple choice questions.

K.O.
DavkettGive us your opinion first, OK?
(Made largely from edible oil products), this condiment is never listed on the menu.

If the bracketed part isn't important to the meaning of the sentence the reply of the anon from spain could well be correct, davkett.

I think we need to know why it isn't listed on the menu.

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