For many mere mortals, crispy fried food is their Kryptonite – it is high in harmful fat, but it tastes oh-so-good. While making smarter decisions on your food choices will benefit your health, there would be times when you just want that fried crunch. What to do?
Nowadays the home chef is faced with an ever-increasing array of choices when it comes to choosing a cooking oil when preparing fried foods. But to the healthy eating advocate, which types of oil are the most healthy — or at a minimum, which ones should we avoid?
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Everybody needs a gentle nudge every now and then to stay motivated. But it’s a lot easier to stay motivated if you’ve got some half decent eats that won’t leave you reaching for the Pringles an hour later. (Sorry Pringles – we still love you).
Today I’m going to introduce you to 7 of the top food bloggers that will keep you inspired and give you some meal ideas to stick to your plan.
I often get the question as to what type of oil is best to use in an air fryer. There are many different types of oil readily available to consumers in urban areas now. Everything ranging from regular ol’ canola or vegetable oils, varying qualities of olive oil, and the more premium oils such as avocado, coconut, and grape seed — and that’s just scratching the surface! While we all have our favorite oils for added flavor and health benefits, you must also consider which type of oil is best for the high temperatures of your air fryer.
Air Fryers are incredibly easy to use, hence their surging popularity. That said, there are a few things to keep in mind to help your meals turn out great! That’s not to say that not following these tips would ruin an otherwise great meal, but it never hurts to take advice when available!
For many years now we have known about the negative health effects of eating fried food. Eating a regular diet of fast food or anything deep fried in oil can have severely detrimental effects on your body such as heart disease, obesity, high cholesterol and a whole slew of other issues. Why then do we do it? Because it tastes good! And even worse, our bodies are hardwired to crave fatty foods.