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Isn't that against most health codes?

Posted by: Mike Bacon ( Today's special at BBQ Bobs: Flattened feline fritters, TX, USA ) on April 21, 1999 at 12:40:37:

In Reply to: In a word.....perhaps! posted by Hugh Morris on April 20, 1999 at 17:03:02:

Hmmm! I thought most ordinances prohibited frying different food items in the same cooking oil, or so the posts on these boards make out.

But at least here I think the local McD's and BK's have fryers reserved solely for fries, and probably segregated fryers for the Filet-O-Fish and the Nuggets.

As for veggie oil, I hear that because most of that stuff is "partially hydrogenated", this by-product called "saturated fat" is created, which experts say is much worse than good old fashioned lard. I'm only a layman, not a scientist or doctor, so I'm not up on all that science process which makes the veggie fat dangerous. But the experts say "It's a killer!".

"You know you just can't win!" David Gilmour, 1994.

Bon appetite! Mike.

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