,As healthy as I try to be and as satisfied as I am by superfoods like avocado, Greek yogurt, and chia seeds, I have one major weakness: fried foods. I know, they're not the healthiest, but there is something so delightful about a warm fast-food fry or the perfect carnival funnel cake sprinkled with powdered sugar. Fried pickles? I go weak in the knees. (I do draw the line at the deep-fried Oreo-I'm not impressed.)
Fried foods are definitely an indulgence best in moderation, we all know that. Culturally, the recent introduction of Burger King's new Satisfries-which are being touted as a healthier fast-food fry with 40 percent less fat and 30 percent fewer calories-just confirms what we already know, that we all consider fried-foods to be a guilty, sinful treat.
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