Brookline, MA has voted to stop using trans fats in their restaurants and schools.
The city becomes the third in the country to ban trans fats (used in frying and baked goods), along with New York City and Philadelphia. Boston and Cambridge are thinking about doing it as well.
Beyond fast food establishments and fast food-like foods that you can get in other restaurants, will this really make an impact to the taste buds of eaters in Brookline? I would think that not only is it healthier, people might not even notice a huge difference. I mean, if you're eating a lot of trans fats then you should probably cut down a lot, and if you don't then you probably won't notice anything different.
New Yorkers and Philadelphians (is that right, Philadelphians?): have you noticed any change and/or backlash from the banning of trans fats?