I spread it on bread as butter because you can get it in little packets for cheapo. But it says that it's supposed to be cooking fat. Is it unhealthy to eat on bread? I know I'm not gonna keel over, but I mean is it full of unhealthy fats like old-fashioned butter and marge?
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- 13-12-2010 04:15
- 13-12-2010 05:23
Well, it's 100% fat, rather than maybe 80% fat (as in butter or marge). I don't think it's widely done, but it's like the difference between cooking with butter or oil. It's not going to kill you, as you say. And my grandma still eats bread and dripping (bleurgh), which must be worse for you, so I'm sure it's fine Around this time of year, when we have goose fat in the house for the roast potatoes, I usually indulge in toast with a realllly thin layer of goose fat, and a sprinkle of sea salt. Soo good. We all have our fatty indulgences!