Cena_mark The French recipe makes sense since the French invented margarine.
cognitivedissonance Based on a contest held, where the inventor of a butter substitute would get the equivalent of a knighthood from Napoleon III, ostensibly to prevent future butter price fluctuations and thus stabilize his regime.
Among the interesting options provided were a hoof gelatin based concoction and a deeply distressing paste made from clarified coal dust.
Xenocide Back then no one ate food. It was just a thing you looked at when you wanted to experience fear.
SolRo Eating food would contaminate your precious bodily fluids
cognitivedissonance Why eat when it's socially acceptable to chain smoke filterless Camels and drink a fifth of JD every day?