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How much coconut oil is it safe to eat per week?

12/22 04:30 Anonymous 0

Yes, it can be extremely healthy to use coconut oil for every type of cooking but how much is too much?You cannot ignore the fact that coconut oil is also high in fats and you must consume coconut oil in limited quantities.

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​Coconut Oil Nutrition: Is Coconut Oil Good For You?

12/21 19:04 Anonymous 0

A one-tablespoon serving of coconut oil has about 11 grams of saturated fat out of its total 13 grams of fat, according to the USDA.Problem is, studies haven't directly tested coconut oil's efficacy in helping people lose weight—rather, the studies looked at MCTs only, which don't include lauric acid (the main type of fat in coconut oil).

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Indian chefs go ga-ga over mustard oil

12/19 14:22 Anonymous 0

Incorporating mustard oil into your daily diet is known to protect against heart disease.I believe that there is no ingredient that comes close to it -- mustard oil has a unique texture to it.

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Which cooking oil is best for you?

12/13 18:52 Anonymous 0

Now, depending on how you’re cooking your meal, always make sure you’re keeping an oil’s smoke point in mind.So we really want to keep oil under its smoke point,” said Groeling.

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Olive Oil Cake from America's Test Kitchen (recipe)

12/13 05:57 Anonymous 0

Here's a much-requested cake recipe from America's Test Kitchen that uses olive oil rather than butter.-- Debbi Snook

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Olive Oil Cake8-10 servings

13/4 cups (83/4 ounces) all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 teaspoon salt
3 large eggs
11/4 cups (83/4 ounces) plus 2 tablespoons sugar
1/4 teaspoon grated lemon zest
3/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
3/4 cup milk
Why This Recipe Works: We wanted our olive oil cake to have a light, fine-textured, and plush crumb, with a subtle but noticeable olive oil flavor.

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Valley News - Hanukkah and Hot Oil Cook Up More Than Latkes

12/12 23:02 Anonymous 0

Hanukkah is known as the Festival of Lights, but it is also the Festival of Fried Foods, and a perfect time for consuming guilt-free doughnuts and fried chicken.Jews around the world observe Hanukkah, which began at sundown on Tuesday night, by lighting a nine-branched menorah and eating foods fried in oil.