|Title||correct way to cook your fave foods|
|Description||The taste is so tempting when the food is cooked by frying, like fries that you often make a snack when hanging out with friends, but who would have thought if you consume too often it is not good for health. Or when you fry it too long will cause substances that trigger cancer. As quoted from health24 describes the following. According to health officials in the US, reducing the consumption of certain types of fried foods can help reduce the amount of cancer-causing chemicals that are acrylamide substances. Acrylamide can be formed in some foods including potatoes, cereals, crackers or bread, and dried fruits when cooking uses high temperatures such as frying and baking. The US Food and Drug Administration says high levels of acrylamide have been found to cause cancer in animals, which makes scientists believe that the chemical also tends to cause cancer in humans. FDA chemist Lauren Robin says "Generally, Acrylamide is more likely to accumulate when cooking is done for a long time or at high temperatures, but there are things you can do to reduce the amount of acrylamide consumed by you and your family," says Robin. find how to lose weight with this diet plan for everyone He offers the following tips: - When frying frozen fries, follow the advice and directions from the manufacturer such as old cooking and temperature used. - Bake bread until light brown and not dark brown. - Fry the potatoes until golden yellow and not to overcook. - Do not keep the potatoes in the refrigerator, because this can increase the level of acrylamide when the process of cooking. Keep the potatoes outside the refrigerator in a dark and cold place. For those of you who love fried foods, it would be better if you do not eat too much-fried foods, although since that knowledge, scientists have investigated the effects of acrylamide as well as potential steps to reduce its impact.|
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