In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we provide some tips for oil-free cooking.
What this episode is NOT: because we are not trained in nutrition or in the medical industry, our goal is not to convince you to either use oil in your cooking or not use it. This is something you should decide for yourself based on your own medical history, your own research, and conversations you have with your personal physician.
The main objective of this episode, then, is simply to provide you with some tips for cooking without oil should you decide this is something you want to do for you and your family.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
Resources Used for this Episode:
- Cooking without Oil
- No Oil — Not Even Olive Oil! — Dr. Caldwell Esseltyn, MD
- How to Cook with No Oil – Easy Cooking Basics + Life Hacks
- Oil Free Cooking + Hacks
- Oil Free Cooking Techniques by Sophie Uliano
- 6 Dangers of Conventional Cookware + 4 Best Types of Nontoxic Cookware
- Substitutes and Techniques for Fat-Free Cooking
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Vickie and Larissa