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Here's something else that confuses me! How can a butter substitute spread that
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Posted to Thread #24503 at 3:07 pm on Jun 16, 2013
is part canola oil be "30% lower in fat than butter"? Aren't all fats the same calories (9 per gram of fat)? Anyway, I bought it because it is easier to spread on toast!
'Thought maybe it was because it was whipped or aerated, thereby adding air to the serving size where the fat would normally be, but I don't think it <i>is</i> whipped. Hmm...
How did the fool *get* his money?!
Other messages in this thread:
- 24503. Here's something else that confuses me! How can a butter substitute spread that - DawnNYS - 3:07pm on 06/16/13 (2)
- Because it has water in it so there is less fat in a tbsp. - Melissa Dallas - 3:34pm on 06/16/13
- Make ghee!!! The taste is amazing - especially on toast and popcorn - and stays soft. [NT] - cheezz - 8:06pm on 06/16/13