Thread: Great food resource...
1/24/2005 11:22am, #1
Great food resource...
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, Children of all ages, R-Cubed industry is proud to present for your dieting pleasure, the following resource.
Has a great deal of recipes that all seem to be very healthful.
I hope this helps you all on your fitness journey.
1/24/2005 11:37am, #2
That's an EAS site. Actually, it's not bad.
As long as they don't start sticking their products right in your face.
One thing about Canola oil. . .jury's still out on that one. It's speculated that long-term useage can be detrimental. Keep to the natural oils. (canola is synthetic)
1/24/2005 12:47pm, #3
Always Olive oil. Unless you're deep frying or making Asian foods :-)
1/24/2005 1:26pm, #4Originally Posted by AkiraMusashi
1/24/2005 1:47pm, #5
1/24/2005 1:59pm, #6
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1/24/2005 2:10pm, #7
Aye, all depends on what you're cooking and what flavour & texture you're trying to achieve.
1/24/2005 3:00pm, #8
Sesame oil does tend to smoke faster (lower flash point?).
1/24/2005 4:47pm, #9
Well unrefined has around a 350-450ish smoke point depending on how refined it is. Olive oil is around 350-400ish and Avocado has the highest smoke point of 520ish, for those of you who want to deepfry a person.
1/24/2005 4:57pm, #10
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