Originally Posted by Lupus
Foods with hydrogenated oils don't necessarily have trans fats. Peanutbutter, for example.
There is some trans fat content when hydrogenated oils are used, but in some foods (like peanut butter) it is so minimal as to be negligible. This is like how some foods labeled fat free can have trace amounts of fat, but they are so low that they don't have a major impact. I would still recommend natural peanut butter over the regular kind, but for me it's more about taste and texture. ^_^