Cooking oil smoke points are more important to how your food turns out than a lot of people realize. Question: What’s the fastest way to ruin your dinner and even contribute to cancer? Answer: Burning your oil when you cook. True story.
When you overheat cooking oil, it tastes awful and makes everything it touches taste like burning oil, too. And burnt oil causes free radical damage, which has been linked to organ breakdown, premature aging, and even cancer. Not to mention the fact that burning cooking oil can stink up your house and ruin your cookware. No bueno!
Thankfully it’s easy to avoid bumping up against cooking oil smoke points, especially if you know which are the right cooking oils to use for the job at hand. I’ll bet you can guess where I’m going with this, right? I’ve got a handy free resource for you.
Cooking Oil Smoke Points Cheatsheet (Free!)
How can you keep from burning your cooking oil and ruining the flavor of your dinner? And taxing your health as well? Well, I just happen to have a free download for you. I’ve been hard at work creating all sorts of new cooking guides for the free cooking library here on Fearless Fresh. I’ve got a few to share over the coming weeks, starting today.
The newest addition to the library is the Cooking Oil Smoke Points Cheatsheet. Different cooking oils burn at different temperatures, and burning oil is definitely not good eats. It’s important to know what kind of oil will work for which cooking task you’re performing, so I’ve created this easy-to-follow guide to teach you exactly what you need to know about using cooking oils.
This new guide to cooking oil smoke points and their safe use is yours to download, totally free. Click below to grab it.