What are the best fats to cook with?

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If there’s one topic that’s misunderstood in the world of nutrition, it’s fats.

Saturated or unsaturated? Fat-burning or fat-storing? Inflammatory or not-inflammatory?

For the most part at this point we’ve gotten well past the fat-free craze, but there’s still so much confusion about what fats to eat and what fats to avoid. In particular, what fats are the best to cook with? If you do a little searching on Dr. Google, you’ll find all sorts of conflicting information. So what’s the scoop?

In this video, I break down the science behind fats and explain what fats are the best to cook with and why. Because when it comes to cooking with fats, what’s most important is that you’re using the right fat in the right way.

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5 Comments

  1. Christina M Comerford

    June 13, 2018 at 7:33 am

    In my sesame Asian dishes can I instead add sesame oil to dish before serving or is that warm food even too much heat? Bummer if it is.

    • Margaret Floyd

      June 13, 2018 at 10:50 am

      Adding it to food that’s warm after cooking is totally fine! It’s the cooking part you don’t want to do. Great clarifying question!

    • Chef James

      June 15, 2018 at 12:54 pm

      Also, you want to be particularly aware of not cooking with toasted sesame oil. When it’s toasted it has already been cooked so cooking further with it is basically burning the oil. Best used after the food has been cooked or in dressings.

  2. Debra Joy

    June 13, 2018 at 8:37 am

    Yes. Super helpful. You are brilliant at breaking stuff down that seems so complex.

    thanks for this!

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