Three Biggest Mistakes People Make When Cooking Food
One of the biggest mistakes that most people make when it comes to cooking is over frying. Over frying your food leads to saturation of the food with the oil, and all of the nutrients in your food have been destroyed. When you cook food in a frying pan, you are literally burning all of the nutrients from the food, as well as the flavor and the taste. This can actually destroy the very thing that makes food nutritious in the first place, which is protein. If you were to substitute a lightly greased frying pan for a non-stick frying pan, you would immediately see the difference. The lightly greased frying pan would absorb all of the nutrients and you would lose the taste.
Another mistake is to cook your foods in a dry heat. Many people assume that if a food is cooked on the stove, then it is safe to eat, and this is not true. Foods cooked in dry heat suffer the same health issues that cooked foods do, such as the destruction of protein and the destruction of vitamins and minerals.
The final mistake that I see people making is cooking their foods at the wrong temperature. Cooking on the wrong temperature causes two major problems, one of them is the burning of the food. Cooking on the wrong temperature for any length of time causes irreparable damage, it can even lead to the destruction of the food. The other major problem is that it causes your food to become dry, and hard to chew. When you cook in the oven, on a stove or on the stove top, you are cooking in the oven or the stove, and the moisture is locked inside of your food, which means that it becomes dry, hard to chew, and generally unsatisfactory.