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Old 02-15-2016, 08:16 AM   #11
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So that means the things like deep frying one should not use EVOO. And the thing in which we want oil's natural state we can use EVOO. ??
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So that means the things like deep frying one should not use EVOO. And the thing in which we want oil's natural state we can use EVOO. ??
Its perfectly fine to deep fry using extra virgin olive oil.

I don't deep fry anything very often but I use EVOO for pretty much everything.

This is an interesting experiment done by the folks at Serious Eats: Cooking With Olive Oil: Should You Fry and Sear in it or Not? | Serious Eats
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