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    Default Crisco: It's like health food!



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    New medical tests prove it!
    Yes, new tests by leading dietary and nutrition experts prove that foods fried light and right in Crisco are as completely digestible as if baked or boiled!

    Look at crispy tender chicken fried in Crisco
    ....or taste the delicate flavor of Crisco-fried potatoes. Crisco-fried foods look and taste so light you know they'll "sit right" and be easy to digest.

    Crisco is completely different from ordinary frying fats or drippings. Crisco is entirely vegetable. It's whiter, fresher, sweeter than any ordinary fat. Has no grease taste to "heavy-up" fried foods.

    So fry away and fear no more! Use Crisco for foods you can eat seven days a week without a worry!
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    Family Circle Magazine, November 1953

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    I can remember my mom using Crisco when I was little.

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    Well that chicken does look pretty damn good, healthy or not.
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    Make Crisco part of your diet plan!

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    We had Crisco in our pantry when I was growing up but I'm not sure I ever saw my mother using because we rarely ate fried foods (I am not a Southerner). Still, I can't remember the last time I saw a tub of Crisco in someone's house. I'm not even sure what to use it for.

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    I have to admit: I have some sticks of Crisco in my pantry. I needed it for Thanksgiving.
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    The last time I bought Crisco was in 1995, I used to buy the big 1.5 L tub.....I thought it was better than lard....lol Of course thats before all the uproar over trans fats. I only use vegetable oil now & rarely fry food.
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    digestable? shit on a stick is digestable

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    I have Crisco in my pantry. Suprisingly (unfortunately?), it's still used in a lot of baking recipes. I try to find recipes without it though. And of course I'm not eating it 7 days a week when I do eat it LOL.

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