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Here's The Healthiest Way To Cook These Foods

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Here's The Healthiest Way To Cook These Foods

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If you're not cooking your broccoli well, then you might as well be eating fast food...because that's how important it is that you pay attention to not just what you eat, but also how you eat it.

  • It's best to use this quick method of cooking only for tender cuts of meat and fish, and for shellfish. Grilling is also excellent for cooking vegetables such as tomatoes, mushrooms and peppers because the loss of nutrition while preparation is minimal.
  • Lean cuts of meat and poultry are perfect for stir-frying, as are firm-textured fish and shellfish, vegetables, rice and noodles. Because cooking is so quick, the flavours, colours and nutrients are retained – and the method uses little oil.
  • Steaming is a moist method of cooking and is ideal for cooking delicate foods such as fish, chicken and vegetables, including new potatoes. The natural flavor, colour, shape and texture, as well as water-soluble vitamins and minerals, are retained in the food, making steaming a healthy way to cook.

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