"NYC bans fatty oil" 
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 "NYC bans fatty oil"

...according to the El Paso Times. What will those New Yorkers think of
next?!

http://www.***.com/
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Fri, 29 May 2009 05:24:03 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:

> ...according to the El Paso Times. What will those New Yorkers think of
> next?!

> http://www.elpasotimes.com/health/ci_4815881

The cooking.net">food industry will probably go to palm oil.

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   Ron



Fri, 29 May 2009 12:52:19 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"
Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

TC

Quote:

> ...according to the El Paso Times. What will those New Yorkers think of
> next?!

> http://www.elpasotimes.com/health/ci_4815881
> --




Fri, 29 May 2009 23:57:49 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:
>Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

Lots of places. They simply won't be hydrogenated into "trans" fats.


Sat, 30 May 2009 20:46:48 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:


> >Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

> Lots of places. They simply won't be hydrogenated into "trans" fats.

Man you guys are slow.

Oils, by definition, are fats. There is no such thing as oils that are
not fatty. So to ban fatty oils is a redundant statement and it means
to ban all oils.

Geez. Learn the language people.

TC



Sat, 30 May 2009 22:49:32 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:



>> >Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

>> Lots of places. They simply won't be hydrogenated into "trans" fats.

>Man you guys are slow.

>Oils, by definition, are fats. There is no such thing as oils that are
>not fatty. So to ban fatty oils is a redundant statement and it means
>to ban all oils.

>Geez. Learn the language people.

You can't be serious? OK. Take it slowly. Not all fats are the same.
The chemical structure of a fat is basically a hydrocarbon chain. Now,
that chain can be "saturated" - so that all the carbons connect with a
single bond and hydrogens saturate the chain. Oh, hell...here's a good
description:

http://drinc.ucdavis.edu/dairychem6_new.htm

It's not about banning fat. It's about banning a fat that has LONG
been known to be poorly assimilated and that basically gums up the
works, increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease and obesity.

Unless you're starting to become a devotee of Monty's horseshit.

                George M. Carter



Sun, 31 May 2009 18:18:04 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:


>> ...according to the El Paso Times. What will those New Yorkers think of
>> next?!

>> http://www.elpasotimes.com/health/ci_4815881

>The cooking.net">food industry will probably go to palm oil.

That's just as "fatty" as any other. (I was commenting on the headline, not
the story.)
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Sun, 31 May 2009 23:58:12 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:

>>Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

>Lots of places. They simply won't be hydrogenated into "trans" fats.

Such as?
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Sun, 31 May 2009 23:58:48 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:




> >> >Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

> >> Lots of places. They simply won't be hydrogenated into "trans" fats.

> >Man you guys are slow.

> >Oils, by definition, are fats. There is no such thing as oils that are
> >not fatty. So to ban fatty oils is a redundant statement and it means
> >to ban all oils.

> >Geez. Learn the language people.

> You can't be serious? OK. Take it slowly. Not all fats are the same.
> The chemical structure of a fat is basically a hydrocarbon chain. Now,
> that chain can be "saturated" - so that all the carbons connect with a
> single bond and hydrogens saturate the chain. Oh, hell...here's a good
> description:

> http://drinc.ucdavis.edu/dairychem6_new.htm

> It's not about banning fat. It's about banning a fat that has LONG
> been known to be poorly assimilated and that basically gums up the
> works, increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease and obesity.

> Unless you're starting to become a devotee of Monty's horseshit.

>            George M. Carter

Do you know how to read? The headline of the piece was:

"NYC bans fatty oil"

Name me one vegetable oil that is not fat.

TC



Mon, 01 Jun 2009 00:29:08 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:

> ...according to the El Paso Times. What will those New Yorkers think of
> next?!

> http://www.elpasotimes.com/health/ci_4815881
> --


googling "NYC bans fatty oil" shows several papers carried the AP
story with the ignorant headline.  Many more carried the same
story with "NYC bans trans fats".

no surprise but it is funny.



Mon, 01 Jun 2009 13:01:39 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:

snip

>Do you know how to read? The headline of the piece was:

>"NYC bans fatty oil"

>Name me one vegetable oil that is not fat.

No, I'm illiterate. Can't read or write.

I see--so that was your way of making fun of a silly re line and you
do understand the distinction.

A relief of a sort.



Mon, 01 Jun 2009 20:14:10 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"


Quote:


>>>Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

>>Lots of places. They simply won't be hydrogenated into "trans" fats.

>Such as?

Sorry. I missed the joke.


Mon, 01 Jun 2009 20:19:57 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:




>>>>Wonder where they plan on getting non-fatty oils.

>>>Lots of places. They simply won't be hydrogenated into "trans" fats.

>>Such as?

>Sorry. I missed the joke.

's ok. It was easy to miss.
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Tue, 02 Jun 2009 01:49:22 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"

Quote:

> Do you know how to read? The headline of the piece was:
> "NYC bans fatty oil"
> Name me one vegetable oil that is not fat.

Jojoba oil.

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   Ron



Tue, 02 Jun 2009 05:47:37 GMT
 "NYC bans fatty oil"


Quote:
> googling "NYC bans fatty oil" shows several papers carried the AP
> story with the ignorant headline.  Many more carried the same
> story with "NYC bans trans fats".

Obviously you all know little about transfats .. please do some reading
up:
http://www.bantransfats.com/abouttransfat.html
Note 'alternatives' section.

joanne



Tue, 02 Jun 2009 06:58:24 GMT
 
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