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First, が is a subject marker, を is an object marker. One cannot replace one with the other but, if you changed the tense from active to passive, the particle used would appear to change from を to が ie from your first example to ご飯がたべられました. (Although it does not feel very common way to describe dinner.) Actually I would say that the first sentence is not ...
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