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7.1. Alternatives to sauteing or stir-frying with oil




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This article is from the Fat-free Diet FAQ, by artemis@rahul.net (Michelle Dick) with numerous contributions by others.

7.1. Alternatives to sauteing or stir-frying with oil

The most common technique is to braise the food in a water-based
liquid, such as wine, broth (vegetable or a defatted meat stock),
flavored vinegar, or a soy sauce mixture. Balsamic vinegar is a
popular braising liquid. Note that food often tastes more bland
when cooking without fat and the quantity of spices should usually
be increased.

 

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