Do you ever ask the staff of a restaurant before making your order if the oil that they’re using in frying has less cholesterol or is zero-trans-fat ? If so, you’re highly conscious giving a great thing for your health and the staff, if and when knowledgeable about their menu must be commendable!
Do you consider the type of cooking oil when you do grocery shopping? Preference includes olive / extra-virgin olive oil, canola, safflower, truffle and walnut oil for salads, sesame oil for most Chinese cuisines, palm oil (which is so cheap in Malaysia!) and the list goes on…
We love fried food. I know, it’s unhealthy (but our cells need fats too, you know! *sounds like pacquiao* the key is “everything should be in moderation.” –easier said than done though).
Fine, I don’t practice what I preach but can you blame me? My family and I are too weak to resist fried foods, haha! 🙂
But we eat veggies and fruits in between to cleanse excess oil in the gut. the key is fiber, fiber, fiber!
Apparently, anything grilled, blanched, steamed and poached has less untoward effects compared to fried.
cheesey soup adds up to the calories!
These artery-clogging dishes can put anyone at risk to develop cardiovascular disorders IF and WHEN taken frequently. Remember the cliche, “anything in excess is bad!”. You are warned. I admit, my family and I are sinners. But we know how to repent! haha! 🙂