Foods We’re Afraid Of But Shouldn’t Be

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Regular butter

Butter has a very bad reputation, perhaps because some infamous Southern celebrity cooks have been known to put two sticks of it in salad dressing, sauces, and just about anything. The truth is that there is no conclusive evidence stating that butter contributes to cardiovascular disease, and that full-fat dairy has been found to either be neutral or even beneficial to our lives. The important thing is how you use it. Treat it like your olive or canola oil aka cook things in it but don’t cook it into things by adding, say, three sticks to your creamy pasta sauce.

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