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    We should be able to specify what we want to include inside the include statement. This way, if we have a lot of information, we will not have a performance hit.

    For example:

    var blogs1 = context.Blogs
    .Include(b => b.Posts)
    .ToList();

    This is fine, but imagine you have a LOT of posts. If you want to have only Posts from today, why not having something to filter it down directly from the SQL.
    var blogs1 = context.Blogs
    .Include(b => b.Posts, d=>d.Date>=DateTime.Now)
    .ToList();

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