How bad is it for you? Does it depend on the oil?
1. Causes cancer
2. Causes obesity
3. Causes your mother to die in her sleep if you don't reply to this post
My mother is already dead.
I hope she died peacefully in her sleep because that's the best way to go
It was sudden total organ failure. We were watching TV and her body just seized up and blood began pouring from her mouth. I called 911 but they were too late...
Did she have a lot of health problems before that happened? I'm terrified for my mother now
>1. No proof
>2. So does any food in excess
>3. It's opposite day which means I just caused my mom to die so I could tell you what a retard you are
Mostly this. The main issue with deep frying is the amount of fat it adds. Super calorically dense and we know what happens when you high carb with high fat. That's why baked potato chips have half the calories of fried.
High smoke point fats are also inflamatory.
No it dont
Christ is King.
have a nice day
My mother is already dead.
So is mine. I lift for her memory
Fuck you nagger
It really is the oil. If it's easily contaminated, like most seed oils, or has a low smoke point, like butter or olive oil, then it fucks the body up. That's where all the health issues are with fried food
Why is not 'cado dead yet? He eats fried stuff all the time.
He has diabetes, high blood pressure, can barely walk, and sometimes has to use an oxygen tank. He's like 30
Yeah, he's still alive. Except the beetus, it's all reversible.
good point, drink a gallon of seed oil a day
He exploded in weight when he started binging on goyslop.
His health is in terrible shape.
Butter and olive oil are better than sneed oils
There's nothing wrong with the occasional shallow fry. Provided you're not doing it with every meal
Using industrial waste repurposed as "cooking oil" so that manufacturers could improve their bottom line by turning their waste into money.
Depends mostly on the food and the larger context of your diet. Most Chinese people cook meat through a technique called passing through oil which is basically shallow frying. They're pretty set on longevity and use the shittiest oils and metals imaginable. Genetics are pretty much ultimate risk factor and this minutia about preparation and shit is maybe shifting your odds maybe 3% in one direction or the other.
I cool a lot of traditional Chinese dishes and always wonder how they stay so thin when so much food involves oil. I understand many parts of the country actually have high-quality ingredients and eat less preservatives, but still.
Causes heart disease, cancer, obesity, etc
Stay away from oils. Use a neutral oil like canola if you absolutely have to cook with oil
No canola is one of the worst ones
Olive oil is way healthier than canola
Show me ONE study that proves butter is better for you than canola oil
Hard mode: don’t mention “muh ancestors”
Idk about butter
I'm not finding academic articles unless I need to but
You can and should cook with some oil
A few grams of oil won't kill you and makes cooking much easier and tastier.
You're just going to be eating burnt dry food if you use no oil.
Your other option is to cut and then cook fat off meats and use that as your oil (lard) to cook your meat, which is a valid way of doing it.
Fats in general are not bad for you. And a little bit of saturated fat won't kill you. Deep fried anything is where your biggest concern is.
The reason is due to the extraction process
They use a lot more chemicals and refinement to get canola oil
Olive oil, especially extra virgin olive oil is simply pressed olives
Fried plantains are the shit, smash them and make tostones. Sprinkle kosher salt and make a garlic aioli or just garlic and alive oil mixture. Fire
dont you have some Palestinian children to butcher, moishe?
Honestly I don't eat anything fried
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