Since butter and oil are out of the question, what may I use to cook fish, chicken and veggies? Thank you all for your answers and help.
Organic Coconut oil if you are tolerant, yum
I use coconut oil, olive oil and avocado oil.
Avocado oil is my fave
I still eat real butter, but I understand if you are having success cutting out dairy. My coworker was just telling me today about air fryers.
Coconut oil, avocado oil, olive oil.
I use Olive oil.. I read coconut oil is not good for you.. Causes cardiovascular disease.. I guess I would be trading one disease for another https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/06/16/coconut-oil-isnt-healthy-its-never-been-healthy/402719001/
I use grass fed, organic ghee.
We steam ours in water. Easy peasy.
On whole food plant based groups they recommend water or vegetable broth.
You can steam or use Pam type of sprays or bbq. I almost never fry.
I use butter, coconut oil, lard and olive oil.
You might want to try ghee or clarified butter. The milkfat ends up being removed and may not trigger the same response as whole butter. Every Body's Different. I have no reaction to clarified butter, and it doesn't burn as easily.
Ghee is all I use and easy to make yourself
How do you make it. I seen it on doc Oz the other day.. And that and avocado butter were the best.
You buy butter of choice and melt in a saucepan till all is melted and comes to a simmer then turn off let cool once cool pour into a container with lid leave in fridge overnight then next morning pop out and I rinse mine n pat with paper towel and chop up into cubes for use, i find 1kg lasts me a few weeks of cooking.
Your meant to drain the melted butter off n leave all the impurities behind. That is how you make clarified butter or ghee! It has a higher burning point and is better for you
Avocado oil is my favorite, however you can do coconut oil.
Coconut oil or ghee ?
I use avocado oil, but only the smallest amount, I bought a pump spray on Amazon that I put the oil in and can just spray the smallest amount, like PAM spray does, but with a good oil.
Olive oil and coconut oil
What about soya products or rice products
Soya is not good not sure about rice. Everyone needs to watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQclmTZuPL4
I steam everything. It's delicious.
Yep either steam or use organic vege broth. I personally steam all vegetables. Yum!
I use Pompeian 100% Grapeseed oil - the nonstick spray. It's kinda pricey, but zero calories but I don't fry much of anything as a rule.
As my allergy tests showed olive is a no-no, I use corn oil as it is gluten free (and allergy tests showed it was ok by my immune system)
Thank you. I’ve been on sick leave since 4/25. Staying with a dear friend. She is out getting me avocado oil.
Some oils have been processed badly so check them out and only have organic oils.
• Vegetable and Seed Oils: Vegetable and seed oils are often extracted from foods using solvents like hexane, a component of gasoline. Oils made this way include Corn, Sunflower, canola (also known as rapeseed), peanut sesame and soybean oils. In addition to being highly processes, these oils promote inflammation as a result of their very high omega -6 fatty acid content. We need a small amount of omega-6. So when consumed in high amounts can promote inflammation.
This ^ I use a tiny bit of Avocado oil for this reason! Much better 3:6 profile.