The simplest method is to accumulate it. That’s how it used to be done, collecting ‘dripping’ from roasts etc in a jar and reusing it. But, this has its limitations – the fat will be flavoured, contain suspended solids and water/gel and may not be enough for the purpose (e.g. deep frying). The second simplest method is
What if eating and inactivity are symptoms of obesity, not causes? In that case, it is pointless to target these symptoms, it is necessary to identify the cause and target that.
Otherwise known as vegetable oils. However, none, or not many, come from vegetables (depending on how vegetable is defined). Plant oils would be a better term. They come from seeds (grapeseed, sunflower seed), grains (maize, rice bran), fruits (avocado, olive), nuts (almond, walnut) or legumes (peanut, soy). A product labelled vegetable oil will be a
In lard, of course. Bacon and lard – two ingredients that are demonised (and needlessly so). Previously, I suggested that bacon does not deserve its reputation. More recently, I have argued that we could be healthier if we ate more animal fat (our heritage fats). So, it makes sense to put the two together, especially as, in this