> The enviro-health nuts won't allow them to go back to lard unfortunately.
If people did not eat french fries every day, it wouldn't be a problem.
> This is when they started using HFCS? I didn't know that. Unfortunately everyone does > so it's hard getting around it. At least Pepsi is still selling their throwback > version with real sugar. I don't if Dr. Pepper is still selling their heritage > version, though I am still working on the ones I had to go to Ohio to buy last year > since this area didn't have it. For Coke- as you say just the Mexican option, though > I'm told there's a kosher version sold in Jewish stores, also with real sugar, at > certain times of the year.
I've read about the Kosher Coke. I forgot about that. To me, Pepsi Throwback doesn't taste like it did when I was a kid. I tried a bottle of Mexican Coke and it did tastle like it used to. Maybe the Pepsi TB didn't taste right because it isn't in the 16oz. returnable bottles. I think Dr. Pepper made in Waco, Texas is still made with real sugar. I'm not 100% sure of that though.