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Replacing butter with vegetable oils

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4/14/2016 3:37:04 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/14/2016 1:37:52 AM, Hayd wrote:
It turns out this does not reduce heart disease. Which is surprising, given the industrial push towards alternatives to butter. Thoughts?
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Actually, I'm not sure how oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?
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4/14/2016 3:39:42 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/14/2016 3:37:04 AM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 4/14/2016 1:37:52 AM, Hayd wrote:
It turns out this does not reduce heart disease. Which is surprising, given the industrial push towards alternatives to butter. Thoughts?
http://medicalxpress.com...

Actually, I'm not sure how oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?

Its not oils and butter. Its olive oil, coconut oil, vegetable oil, etc. instead of butter.
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4/14/2016 3:53:14 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/14/2016 3:39:42 AM, Hayd wrote:
At 4/14/2016 3:37:04 AM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 4/14/2016 1:37:52 AM, Hayd wrote:
It turns out this does not reduce heart disease. Which is surprising, given the industrial push towards alternatives to butter. Thoughts?
http://medicalxpress.com...

Actually, I'm not sure how oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?

Its not oils and butter. Its olive oil, coconut oil, vegetable oil, etc. instead of butter.

I'm not sure how vegetable oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?
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4/14/2016 4:47:06 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
EVER HEARD OF GHEE?

Ghee, is made from A2 humped cow milk.

Ghee has fat, 62% of which consists of good for health saturated fat.

Ghee has slightly alkalizing effect on the body whereas butter has an acidifying effect.

Ghee reduces bad LDL cholesterol. Ghee's ability to remove unwanted cholesterol from the arteries makes it useful in preventing heart disease.

Virgin Coconut oil and ghee are the ONLY heathy fats.

Ghee is made by boiling raw milk and then allowing it to cool to 43"C. then curd is added. After letting it set, covered at room temperature for around 12 hours, the curd is then churned to get cultured butter. This butter is finally used to simmer into ghee. Ghee thus is the pure extraction of oil from butter.

Butter is made by separating cream from milk. When cream has been separated from milk, it can be churned until it reaches a semi-solid state -- butter.

Ghee has a a higher smoke point ( 260 deg C ) than butter ( 180 deg C ). Ghee wiill generate very few health damaging free radicals.

Hence ghee is suitable for high heat cooking.

Ghee aids in digestion because it helps in the secretion of stomach acids and boosts brain function with its balanced ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids. Ghee contains 18 amino acids that help to mobilize fat and shrink fat cells.

Ghee also improves memory, vision and the immune system. Ghee has anti-aging, anti-inflammatory properties and is considered a holy substance in 6000 year old Ayurveda. Ghee is rich in healthy fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K, which are critical to bone, brain, heart, and immune system function.

Properly made ghee contains no water or milk solids (as butter does), so it does not sputter, burn or pop in your saute pan.

If properly cooked, the ghee is supposed to last forever. According to Ayurvedic tradition, the older the ghee, the more medicinal properties it has.

In my young age before going to Kalari, before sunrise -- we had to put a big heaped table spoon of AGED ghee in black palm jaggery coffee and gulp it down.

People who are allergic to lactose / casein lactalbumin can have ghee . Ghee is rich in butyric acid which is great for healing the gut. Ghee stimulates the secretion of stomach acids to aid in digestion, while butter can slow down the body"s digestive process and sit heavy in the stomach.

Ghee from grass-fed cows contains the cancer-fighting fatty acid conjugated linolenic acid (CLA) which aids in weight loss , preventing obesity , and it prevents some types of cancer ..

Ghee has anti-viral properties.

Ghee is shelf stable without refrigeration, and won"t spoil like butter.

Only dim-wits and CUNTS have butter.

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4/14/2016 1:38:10 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/14/2016 3:53:14 AM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 4/14/2016 3:39:42 AM, Hayd wrote:
At 4/14/2016 3:37:04 AM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 4/14/2016 1:37:52 AM, Hayd wrote:
It turns out this does not reduce heart disease. Which is surprising, given the industrial push towards alternatives to butter. Thoughts?
http://medicalxpress.com...

Actually, I'm not sure how oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?

Its not oils and butter. Its olive oil, coconut oil, vegetable oil, etc. instead of butter.

I'm not sure how vegetable oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?

The dairy aspects of butter are removed or the ration changed. I cook with Smart Balance. Its a decent product, minimal lactose, slightly sweeter than nonsalted butter. If you are unsure how they are interchangeable, try using them interchangeably. Seriously. Its much easier to buy a small tub or two of the stuff and experiment than for me to tell you how something is done in this instance.

http://www.smartbalance.com...
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4/14/2016 7:09:34 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/14/2016 1:38:10 PM, FaustianJustice wrote:
At 4/14/2016 3:53:14 AM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 4/14/2016 3:39:42 AM, Hayd wrote:
At 4/14/2016 3:37:04 AM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 4/14/2016 1:37:52 AM, Hayd wrote:
It turns out this does not reduce heart disease. Which is surprising, given the industrial push towards alternatives to butter. Thoughts?
http://medicalxpress.com...

Actually, I'm not sure how oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?

Its not oils and butter. Its olive oil, coconut oil, vegetable oil, etc. instead of butter.

I'm not sure how vegetable oils and butter are interchangeable. Explanation?

The dairy aspects of butter are removed or the ration changed. I cook with Smart Balance. Its a decent product, minimal lactose, slightly sweeter than nonsalted butter. If you are unsure how they are interchangeable, try using them interchangeably. Seriously. Its much easier to buy a small tub or two of the stuff and experiment than for me to tell you how something is done in this instance.

http://www.smartbalance.com...

Thanks for the explanation. I don't cook, ever, so I was a little lost.
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4/15/2016 5:29:29 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/14/2016 1:37:52 AM, Hayd wrote:
It turns out this does not reduce heart disease. Which is surprising, given the industrial push towards alternatives to butter. Thoughts?
http://medicalxpress.com...

It is interesting that the study confirmed that switching from butter to vegetable oil lowers cholesterol in the blood. Yet for some reason the lower cholesterol does not translate into reduced cardiovascular risk.