More junk nutritional science.
This would be a great technology for the planet, and off planet. I wonder what it will cost per pound when they scale up production?
Why the food sticks sometimes.
I’d recommend against using sunflower oil, though. I use tallow, lard, or ghee.
Why they make you read so far to get to the recipe.
I won’t eat octopus, because I have too much respect for their intelligence.
[Update a few minutes later]
Link is fixed, sorry.
Our experience has been quite similar to Virginia Postrel’s, and we feel very fortunate. I can’t imagine how terrible it must be to be cramped in an apartment with too many people, or what a nightmare this has been for parents with children. I haven’t seen divorce statistics for the year, but I’m sure they must be record level.
They’re still terrible.
They’re still pushing grains, low-fat dairy and protein, and seed oils. And they still think that counting calories isn’t junk science. There is no science whatsoever to justify this.
You need four cups a day for the health benefits? We’ve both quit for the past few months, but when I was drinking it, I could barely choke down two.
A history, and a recipe. I disagree with this, though:
His cholesterol was over 300, comfortably in the danger zone for heart attacks. Lack of self-control aside, it was fatty foods that nearly killed him. Thus, when he emerged from the hospital, he did so on a one-man mission to fight Big Fat.
It was not the fat that nearly killed him. We now have abundant evidence that the problem with McDonald’s fries was not the tallow, but the potatoes themselves. I’ve long advocated that, given that the company is the largest cattle rancher in the world, it should go back to tallow, and get rid of the unhealthy seed oils.
What I don’t understand about the recipe is why it uses Crisco, with just a little tallow added, presumably for flavor. It would probably be much better, and certainly healthier, to simply fry them in pure tallow.
I’ve been doing this for quite a while. I don’t just skip breakfast; I don’t eat anything until late afternoon. But I don’t see the relevance of this study to me, even if valid, because I don’t do it to lose weight.
If I’m losing muscle (I’m not; I never had that much to begin with), it’s because I don’t work out as I should. If I did, I’d have to increase my food uptake (and I’d gain weight, but it would be in muscle). What the eating schedule for that would have to be, I don’t know. I suspect it would just mean that I’d eat more in the evening.