We’re wrapping up the Making Friends with Fat series with a practical guide to using healthy fats in the kitchen.
A Kitchen Guide to (Healthy) Fats
Which oils are healthiest?
Is it okay to cook with olive oil?
Which fat is best for high temperatures?
Are there any fats you shouldn’t use?
I could chatter away giving you detailed answers to each of these questions, but sometimes you just want the take-home summary, right?
So I’ve created a very pinnable Kitchen Guide to Fats that answers all of these and that I hope will make your life easier in the kitchen!
It lists only the healthiest fats, indicating which are best for cold use (salad dressings, topping soups, etc.) and which can be used in cooking (ranging from those best for lower heat cooking methods to higher ones).
Pin the image below or download the free printable Kitchen Guide to Fats to post on your fridge for easy reference while you’re cooking!
To read other posts in the Making Friends with Fat series, click the links below:
Now, I’d love to hear from you!
What did you think of the Making Friends with Fat series?
Did you find today’s printable helpful?
Any lingering questions you have about healthy fats?