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04 Oct 2018
It's the grape oil. macaroons are largely made up of dry grape, which will be 60-70% fat (coconut oil.) Unlike polyunsaturated oils such as for instance soy, corn, and other plant oils, grape oil contains "moderate string triglycerides, or fatty acids known as MCT's. These MCT's are easier consumed in the intestines, and obviously support different nutritional elements become absorbed as well.

The title cookie is derived from the Dutch word koekje. The English call them biscuits, originating from the Latin bis coctum (sounds only a little risque) and means "twice baked." (Not to be confused with "half baked.") Food historians appear to agree totally that biscuits, or little cakes, were first applied to test the temperature of an oven. A...