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Cooking up ways to lose trans fat

New ban has bakers adjusting their recipes

Baked goods at Johnny's Foodmaster (above); Michael Donovan (below), the store's bakery director, and Amy DiNorcco (bottom), its baker, are working to rid their products of trans fat. Baked goods at Johnny's Foodmaster (above); Michael Donovan (below), the store's bakery director, and Amy DiNorcco (bottom), its baker, are working to rid their products of trans fat. (Photos by Josh reynolds for the boston globe)
By M.E. Malone
Globe Correspondent / February 25, 2009

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Tony Soprano probably never gave a second thought to the trans fat in his sfogliatelle, but Joe Fiorentino has to figure out how to get it out of his. (Full article: 907 words)

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