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Honestly who the hell eats unsalted snacks
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Barry Tone
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@Background Pony #84E1

I was born in 1991, so I probably tasted Burker King Fries that were made in Tallow.

Similarly, isn't there a study from a mental patient home in 1969 saying that corn oil levels raised cholesterol? And yet here we are 52 years later, still with these "Heart Healthy" Corn Oils and even Margarine. "Nevermind" that many of the fat people I see in Walmart are buying Pop, Cake, Ice Cream, Potato Chips, and Cheese Poofs.
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@Barry Tone
Until around 2000, McDonald's used tallow in their deep fryers for just that reason. They abandoned the practice and switched to vegetable oil. This was partially due to public perceptions that tallow is unhealthy and can cause higher cholesterol levels, partially due to requests from vegetarians.
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@Background Pony #84E1

Makes sense. Interesting to hear. Sadly, I'm low on time to reply, but I had to say I read it.

When we make french fries in Tallow, it does not soak in to the french fries anywhere near as much as olive oil does. What a difference it makes!
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@Barry Tone
In the 1890s, the US Department of Agriculture proved scientifically through a series of tests that hogs put on fat fastest when fed a diet high in starch. This was important then because hogs were raised for lard, which was big business back before vegetable oil based shortening was invented.

But it's also true that Americans 100, 150 years ago, ate a lot more starch than we do now, as a proportion of their diets, yet there was much less obesity. I think the reason is that people get less exercise now. Starch certainly isn't good for us—it's the very definition of "empty calories"—but the human body can tolerate it if you work twelve hour shifts in a sawmill six days a week doing extreme physical labor, like so many people did then. Or if you exercise like an Olympic athlete. The rest of us should probably cut back on our starch intake.
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@O'Shaunal

For anyone who isn't salt sensitive, yes. Salt is just something that got a stupidly bad reputation from the 1950s, much like fat calories, which is why we have people dying of obesity now; all of that "safety" that went into low fat foods made people gorge themselves to death on low fat foods, which means lots of sugar, which means diabetes. "Nevermind" that Cigarettes were wildly popular in the 1950s, which are likely a great part of why President Eisenhower had a heart attack, which catapaulted badly done research into the stratosphere.

Seriously, the magazine ads of Doctors smoking cigarettes and recommending them are real. Look at this abomination. It "technically" doesn't lie about the kid living to 100, since they don't actually credit the cigarettes as the reason. However, it would seem that they wanted people to think Cigarettes were the reason of long health.

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@O'Shaunal
Not trying to turn this into a medical lecture, but there are specific individuals with particular health problems who should limit the amount of salt they eat. These products are for them. Sort of like the gluten-free stuff you see in the supermarket, sugar-free stuff, and so on.

…and yes, Professor Food Pun is my favorite too.
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