After years of lawsuits to raise awareness many food products say “0 Trans Fats”. However, for every serving there is .5 grams of partially-hydrogenated oil. This is due to the weak power of the FDA.
Foods Almost Always Made W/Partially Hydrogenated Oils
I can make all of these things myself from scratch, I haven’t attempted to make pie though.
- Cake, biscuit, pancake and cornbread mixes, as well as cake, frostings, cookies, muffins, pies, donuts
- Peanut butter (except fresh-ground)
Oh. :/ Well, I refuse to give up peanut butter. :]
- Frozen entrees and meals
- Frozen bakery products, toaster pastries, waffles, pancakes
- Most prepared frozen meats and fish (such as fish sticks)
I think people should just prepare their leftovers in a way that they can have it as a frozen dinner whenever they’d like.
- French fries
Not homemade ones :]
- Whipped toppings
- Margarines, shortening
- Instant mashed potatoes
- Taco shells
- Cocoa mix
- Microwave popcorn
All super gross anyway; air-popped alternative. Whipped cream? That is a tough one too! >.<
More lists coming soon… 7 years ago