Today I was doing errands and decided to buy a large fry at McDonalds. I do that occasionally, but I’m always a little disappointed with the flavor. It was pretty good, but not nearly as tasty as when I bought them as a teenager in the early 1970s. Each Friday night as I returned from using the Denver Public School System’s mainframe computer as part of my high school’s Computer Math Club (I know, seriously nerdy), I would stop at the Golden Arches for an order of fries (Actually invented in Belgium, not France). The reason that they were so good back in the day is that they were fried in beef tallow , not the vegetable oil that has been used for a long time and today.
Fats and Oils 101
Most animal fats, and “tropical oils” are “...
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