The Fake And The Fat

June 13, 2011 § Leave a comment

‘… in the late 1800s five states passed laws requiring that all butter imitations be dyed pink so no one would be fooled.’
– Michael Pollan, In Defense Of Food

What the hell happened to that?!?

Not that a visual distinction is needed to pick the black sheep from the herd, but it would have made Margarine look less evil.

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