Handy Guide to Cooking Oils

Bookmark This Handy Guide to Cooking Oils

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Handy Guide to Cooking OilsYou just tried to deep fry some some potatoes in olive oil and now you’ve got a big, stinking mess! You shoulda known better! Extra virgin olive oil’s smoke point is a mere 320 degrees, while peanut oil is 450 degrees–a far better choice. And which oil is better for your health? Better bookmark this excellent guide to cooking oils on Fiery Foods & Barbecue Central.

 

 

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