Oh I know, they are everywhere! Look at ingredient lists for anything made by the Kraft/Nabisco conglomerate. I think the new labeling goes into effect Jan 1 2006, but if the amount is under 0.5g per serving they still do not have to list it. Am I wrong on that?
Anyway, the point of the post was to get a refresher? I studied these several years ago, just before it became this big national issue. At that time, they were saying trans fats possible had an increased cancer risk, and that the human body actually can't process trans fats? If it doesn't process it, do we pass them or store them. If we store them, can they be burned? I ate a LOT of oreos in my childhood, and it's a little scary to think about.
I was looking for more info on that kind of thing.