How To Cook Without Oil And Fat? WHY cooking without oil is a good idea? Plant-based diet is learning why and how to cook without oil.
1. How to Cook and Bake Without Oil
Today I’m going to share with you all my tips and knowledge for an oil-free diet.
I’ll share my secrets for how to cook, roast and bake all without oil!
It’s much easier than you might think! I have been cooking, baking and creating oil-free recipes for many years now.
I have learned a lot in how to achieve the best results and have gained a lot of knowledge on what does and doesn’t work well, particularly in baking.
I am often asked why I cook and bake oil-free and what are the health benefits.
With so many new readers adapting a plant-based diet and looking to be healthier in general, I really wanted to share an informative post about why we choose to be oil-free, as much as possible.
Every recipe I write is oil-free, with the very rare exception of a special occasion dessert (like a wedding cake!). I do use ..
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2. Easy Scalloped Potatoes (Vegan Hash Browns Casserole)
These easy scalloped potatoes combine the creaminess of the classic side dish with the ease of frozen hash browns.
You don’t even have to thaw them out!
I thought I was finished writing about scalloped potatoes.
I posted my first scalloped potatoes recipe in my second month of blogging, way back in 2006.
Then ten years later I updated that recipe with a “cleaner” recipe that used chickpeas instead of cornstarch for thickening.
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3. 15 Healthy Oil-Free Plant-Based Recipes With A Ton of Flavor!
By Florian Nouh
Oil can be useful when you want to achieve perfect nonstick cooking, but it’s not so great for you.
Ditching the oil in cooking sounds daunting, but trust us, it’s definitely possible, even when following a plant-based diet.
The following recipes cover all your needs, from dressings to desserts.
Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
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4. Fat Free Cooking: How to Cook without Oil for a Healthy Liver
One of the most important rules when it comes to eating healthy and keeping your liver healthy is to cook your own food.
By doing so, you control the ingredients that are used and you know that you will always choose the healthiest, safest options possible.
And since you are doing this – especially if you are trying to reverse fatty liver – cooking without oil or any other type of added fat makes your food even healthier, without losing that much in terms of taste.
This means that you can greatly reduce (or completely eliminate) the use of oil when cooking, therefore reducing the amount of unhealthy fat your body receives.
But is fat free cooking (or oil free cooking) really possible?
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5. Top 5 oil-free salad dressing recipes
I love oil-free salad dressing recipes.
While some oils may be healthier than store bought commercial salad dressing, oil-free salad dressing can provide just as much flavor without all the fat.
There is no nutritional value in oils, and vegetable oils contain no fiber, no minerals and are 100% fat calories.
Despite all the hype, there is evidence that even olive oil is not 100% heart healthy.
Two tablespoons of olive oil have 240 calories and are more calorie dense than even pure refined sugar.
Vegetable oils often contain massive amounts of trans fats.
Trans fats are associated with many chronic diseases.
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