with the improvement of health awareness, people have more and more understanding of edible oil, but how to use edible oil is very particular, because improper use of edible oil will bring harm to human health. How to identify the advantages and disadvantages of edible oil? Let’s have a look. The usage of

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edible oil should pay attention to

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. The amount of

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should not exceed 25g per person per day. The research shows that 25 grams of peanut oil can meet people’s needs in terms of nutrition, taste, color and taste.

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2. Varieties are particular about

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. Nutritionists believe that eating “mixed oil” is an effective method. The reasonable ratio of saturated fatty acid and unsaturated fatty acid can be obtained by adding 2 parts of vegetable oil and 1 part of animal oil at the same time, which can not only increase the taste of food, but also prevent disease. Since cooking oil and other oils are also consumed in daily meals, the total oil intake should be controlled.

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3. The usage of

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is particular. The cooking methods of

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have enriched our food life. However, in various cooking methods, frying, frying and other cooking methods are easy to cause food safety problems. Lipid peroxide, heterocyclic amine, benzopyrene and so on are harmful substances formed in the process of food frying, and most of them have been proved to be strong carcinogens. Generally speaking, the sensory identification of edible oil can start from four aspects: seeing, smelling, tasting and asking.

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: first of all, look at the transparency. Edible oil meeting the national standards should be clear and transparent, and the general oil is light yellow (sesame oil is slightly dark, olive oil is light green).

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smell: each oil product has its own unique and inherent smell. You can smell it when you open the oil tank cover, or you can drop one or two drops of oil on your palm, and rub your hands together to smell it when you are hot. Oil with peculiar smell indicates quality problems. Taste

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: dip a little oil with clean chopsticks on the tip of your tongue to taste. The oil with sour and burnt bitter taste indicates rancidity, and the oil with peculiar smell may be adulterated oil.

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question: ask the merchant’s purchasing channel, and if necessary, check the purchase invoice or check the sampling test report of the local food hygiene supervision department. The above content of

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