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By DeepFriedLettuce / Friday 29 April 2016 01:33 / United States - Vashon
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By  False_Stupidity  |  41

Oh my, It just goes to show that common sense isn't necessarily a genetic trait, or that common. I hope she is not super impressionable and believes everything she reads or hears, although it's looking like it.

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By  False_Stupidity  |  41

Oh my, It just goes to show that common sense isn't necessarily a genetic trait, or that common. I hope she is not super impressionable and believes everything she reads or hears, although it's looking like it.

By  Tripartita  |  43

Yes… boiling the abiotic energy in food melts it, but the hydrochloric acid (yes, hydrochloric acid! How cool is that?) in our stomachs is just like, "Cool, I'll let you right on by."

By  mneill  |  6

Eh, to be fair, all cooking of foods with fat in them have some "calories" "melted" out of them, as the fat renders and cooks out. Though deep frying probably adds them all back plus some. She's not completely off base...

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  zeffra13  |  29

#17 She means how some of the fatty oils leak out of food when it cooks. That's why the pan is greasy after. Take bacon grease for example, that's a lot of calories that are no longer in the bacon.

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  Redgy22  |  25

Here in New Orleans, if you fry it, you put it in batter first & that definitely adds calories!!! Don't know how else you would fry something....

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