Curse you health freaks

this is not news but an unpleasant reminder to me

The classic McDonald's fries were cooked in a combination of cottonseed oil and beef tallow (rendered beef fat), which gave them their uniquely rich flavor. However, beef tallow is high in saturated fat, and after years of pressure from the public, they switched their recipe in 1990 to accommodate their customers' changing tastes.

I sure do miss those original fries.

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