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Use require 'foodie' instead of require 'foodie/food'

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@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ When we run `bundle exec rspec spec` again, we'll be told the `Foodie::Food` con
We can then require this file at the top of our spec file by using this line:
- require 'foodie/food'
+ require 'foodie'
When we run our specs with `bundle exec rspec spec` this test will pass:
@@ -264,7 +264,7 @@ The `desc` method is the "slight twist" here. The method defined after it become
In the `Foodie::CLI` class we're referencing the `Foodie::Food` class without requiring the file that defines it. Under the `require 'thor'` at the top of this file, put this line to require the file that defines `Foodie::Food`:
- require 'foodie/food'
+ require 'foodie'
When we re-run our features using `bundle exec cucumber features` our first scenario will pass:

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