Believe it or not, it’s good for you
by Lynn Siprelle
“… North American culture is so fat-phobic we demonize some of the very foods that are best for us, and among those foods is homemade lard. The store stuff isn’t worth bothering with; it’s hydrogenated to make it shelf-stable. What I’m talking about is lard from the fat of well-raised pigs, not factory farmed pigs. To get it, you’re going to have to make it yourself. Luckily, that’s not hard.”
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