Do you use lard?

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@2449503

Thanks for your answer.

I used to for pie crusts, but not anymore.

Nope...olive oil or butter..

Oh I have...to grease a door handle, a potty seat...I just better stop right there

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@2449659

Oh I can be a rather evil person when provoked hehe smilie

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@2449665

Oh I should never have super glue in my possession

Last week I had to glue some things back together at work & guess what...Yes I got stuck to my project hehe smilie

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@2449674

hehe smilie

Oh they ordered a whole case at work for me, they just don't know I got stuck yet.

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@2449680

Oh my boss did learn never to allow me to have spray paint biggrin smilie

No. That's repulsive.

@Trish No. That's repulsive.

Thanks for your answer.
Just curious, Trish...Why is lard repulsive?

No (plant-based).

I bought lard to try it. Before I could use it, it melted, flowed out of the box, and made a mess all the way to the floor. Now I only use shortening, which comes in civilized cans. Besides, the only thing I wanted it for was to make a pie crust.

@Azlotto I've never seen lard sold in boxes...I bet that was a mess. Thanks for your reply.

That's pretty incredible, isn't it? And that was in Phoenix where your chcolate melts in the fridge.

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