A secret lurking in some fast-food fish sandwiches could compromise no-meat diets during LentGet the Full StoryLent starts Wednesday which means that many Catholics will be abstaining from eating meat on Fridays.
Business Insider has confirmed that several fast-food restaurants are using beef oil to cook seemingly Lent-friendly products such as fish and fries.
McDonald's has been sued for using this oil in the past.
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