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  • Goodbye to Fritters?

    Fritters are one of my favorite snacks at Disneyland other than the Dole Whips, but I believe they use fat. Does that mean with the new health regulations the delicious treats will vanish along with the deep fryer?
    The daydream princess

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    Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

    they aren't getting rid of fats. it's the transfat oils. I think they will replace those in the fryers with something else.

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      Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

      Originally posted by Cmash95 View Post
      they aren't getting rid of fats. it's the transfat oils. I think they will replace those in the fryers with something else.
      You can easily replace the fritters with a bed of broccoli, then insert carrot sticks. Cover with a thick paste made from soy extract and wheatgerm, and the kiddies will never know the difference......unless they're still breathing.
      As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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        Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

        You can easily replace the fritters with a bed of broccoli, then insert carrot sticks. Cover with a thick paste made from soy extract and wheatgerm, and the kiddies will never know the difference......unless they're still breathing.
        Rofl!!
        The daydream princess

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          Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

          Originally posted by roxystar68 View Post
          Fritters are one of my favorite snacks at Disneyland other than the Dole Whips, but I believe they use fat. Does that mean with the new health regulations the delicious treats will vanish along with the deep fryer?
          If they did that, they'd have to get rid of churros, McD fries, chicken strips, chimichangas, Monte Crisco sandwiches... the list could go on and on...

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            Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

            I hope not, I'm really tired of restaurants and places getting rid of food because some people can't watch what they eat.

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              Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

              Originally posted by EagleWings View Post
              I hope not, I'm really tired of restaurants and places getting rid of food because some people can't watch what they eat.
              Gee, Disneyland actually offering more healthy choices...so that us people who "can't watch what we eat" might actually have more options, while taking nothing away from the rest of you that obviously have more self-control.

              What a concept.

              Luckily, I made enough of those fritters in my years there to ever want to eat another one. Talk about greasy...

              --Barry
              God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

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                Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

                Originally posted by PrincessY View Post
                the list could go on and on...
                I wonder if Disney will put out a list of the things that they are taking off the menus or if one day they'll all just disappear....

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                  Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

                  This is the third round of Disneyland publicly announcing newer more healthy food choices being added to the Park's offerings (the last one was around 6 to 8 years ago if I recall). There may have even been more.

                  But if it's like the other two...the healthy choice offerings seem to go bye-bye if they don't sell well enough, and after awhile it's pretty much back to normal. Then expect someone else to get the "healthy" idea all over again, and we see a repeat of the whole Press Release deal.

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                    Re: Goodbye to Fritters?

                    I'd eat fruit there like if it was cheaper, I loves my fruit.

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