Posted by Colin Rose on June 9, 2009
Any form of refined fat has no significant nutritional value other than calories and serves no purpose other than to make junk foods like pastries. Lard is enviromentllay friendly? If we don`t raise any domestic pigs we don`t have to worry about eating all their parts and we would would avoid a lot of environmental degradation. The same goes for domestic beef.
BY REGINA SCHRAMBLING Slate
09 Jun 2009
Wait long enough and everything bad for you is good again. Sugar? Naturally better than high-fructose corn syrup. Chocolate? A bar a day keeps the doctor away. Caffeine? Bring it on. Lard, however, has always been a ridiculously hard sell. Over at…read more…