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A Wednesday food section roundup for March 7, 2007.

  • Uh oh, has the trans fat ban gone too far? After all, natural trans fat is found in many normal products. Will this change the way we bake? - New York Times - Photographs by Lars Klove for The New York Times. Sources: Department of Agriculture; National Dairy Council; NutritionData.com; Mindy Herman, registered diet
  • This year's rising star chefs are young (24-28). Is their youth and energy reflected in their dishes? - San Francisco Chronicle
  • Fact or Fiction? Find out how much you really know with this nutritional quiz. - Chicago Tribune
  • Cooking for one doesn't have to mean take out and frozen food. - Boston Globe
  • Talk about timing! This week I declared banana as the Secret Ingredient and now I see I'm not the only going bananas for bananas. - Seattle Times
  • What did I tell you? Flavored waters are in. - Houston Chronicle
  • New wine guys are selling us more than wine, now they're selling us a wine lifestyle too.- Los Angeles Times
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celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 8 years
this helps alot!
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this helps alot!
jamiegirl jamiegirl 8 years
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LoneWolf LoneWolf 8 years
Oh, man. Don't get me started on the trans fat ban. I'm going to try to keep this short. Three years ago, I gave up on eating foods that had partially-hydrogenated fats in them. It was a personal decision that I made for my health. Food shopping was a bitch. I basically had to give up most frozen/packaged foods. This ended up being a good thing. I've always loved to cook, but that decision <b>forced</b> me to cook more, and I'm glad I made it. When people started learning more about trans fats and how harmful they are, I thought, "Great. Now others will make more informed decisions." Well, it's gone too far. There doesn't need to be a <b>law</b> against what restaurants can serve. I mean, am I the only one who finds this ridiculous? People make good and bad decisions every day that impact their lives. Are we also going to ban saturated fats? Those are bad, too. Are we going to ban low-fiber foods? Fiber is good for you, so everyone should eat more, right? Ugh. It just makes my head explode. So, um, what was the original question? :-)
LoneWolf LoneWolf 8 years
Oh, man. Don't get me started on the trans fat ban. I'm going to try to keep this short. Three years ago, I gave up on eating foods that had partially-hydrogenated fats in them. It was a personal decision that I made for my health. Food shopping was a bitch. I basically had to give up most frozen/packaged foods. This ended up being a good thing. I've always loved to cook, but that decision forced me to cook more, and I'm glad I made it. When people started learning more about trans fats and how harmful they are, I thought, "Great. Now others will make more informed decisions." Well, it's gone too far. There doesn't need to be a law against what restaurants can serve. I mean, am I the only one who finds this ridiculous? People make good and bad decisions every day that impact their lives. Are we also going to ban saturated fats? Those are bad, too. Are we going to ban low-fiber foods? Fiber is good for you, so everyone should eat more, right? Ugh. It just makes my head explode. So, um, what was the original question? :-)
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