Avocado Oil Spray 100% Pure - 6x200ml
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I have given you every *herb bearing seed*, which is upon the face of all the earth, and *every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed*; to you it shall be for meat. …And it’s leaf for medicine….”
Well, I’ll use myself as a guinea pig and state that since I’ve been eating avocados regularly for at least 53 years (I’m older than that), and have absolutely no indication of cancer, I seriously doubt they cause it. Period. End of story.
Generally, oil sprayers come in three different materials: glass, stainless steel, and plastic. The most common type of container is glass since it's naturally chemical-free, doesn’t absorb smells or flavors, and has an elegant aesthetic. Stainless steel is also a popular choice because it’s extremely durable, plus has a protected interior that makes the oil less susceptible to degradation. Plastic is also a nice option for busy kitchens because it's lightweight, durable, and easy to clean. It’s also budget-friendly. Unfortunately, though, plastic can retain odors and flavors over time. Meat, tofu, or even vegetables can be marinated with Avocado Oil Spray. For an extra burst of flavor, use one of our Infused Sprays or combine them to create unique flavor profiles. Two of our favorite combinations are:
What does avocado oil taste like? Pure fat has literally no taste. It’s the texture of the triglycerides on your tongue that are so enjoyable. Since the oil will be above 99% fat, very little flavor compounds from the fruit will remain. It won’t taste like a fresh avocado. The flavor will be somewhat nutty and buttery, but it’s so mild that many people describe it as being a “clean” tasting oil. Next, open the air fryer and lightly mist the internal cooking basket with avocado oil spray. Fill the basket with your seasoned meats and/or veggies, being careful to leave a bit of room between each piece for even crisping. Then simply set the air fryer to the desired time and temperature. 2. Dressing Salads & GreensThe heat of cooking not only destroys the nutrients found in oils, but it can also create dangerous compounds in the process; advanced glycation end products (AGEs). Some AGEs are confirmed cancer-causing compounds and there’s also strong evidence to suggest they contribute to inflammation and even aging of your skin. ( 4) ( 5) The answer to that last question is perhaps the greatest argument as to why you should not use avocado oil, until further research is done to get to the bottom of this. Here’s why…