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Can You Eat 264 Gyoza in 10 Minutes? The Winner of The Gyoza Eating Contest Can!
It was a record-smashing result when Saturday's Day-Lee Foods' World Gyoza Eating Championship came to its gut-busting end. Competitor Patrick Bertoletti took top honors, after chowing down some 264 gyoza in a mere 10 minutes. Oof!
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