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benyel29
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benyel29
   Old Thread  #47 19 Nov 2023 at 8.12pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #30

Bit like all those jabs we should have been dead from by now 😂😂

Sorry couldnít help my self 👍🏻👍🏻

tazi
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tazi
   Old Thread  #46 19 Nov 2023 at 6.03pm    Login    Register
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Dippedtips
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   Old Thread  #45 18 Nov 2023 at 7.07pm    Login    Register
Ridge monkey non stick last ages but nothing last forever. For anglers that fish maybe once a month or are fair weather anglers will last a life time. Iíve had mine years now n itís going strong thatís with me a complete bank rat up until this year when my son was born.
oldgeezer
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oldgeezer
aka Mr Linky Poo
   Old Thread  #44 18 Nov 2023 at 2.25pm  1  Login    Register
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A good rule of thumb is that the higher the smoke point of the oil, the more cooking methods you can use it for. For example, butter has a very low smoke point, so it's limited to lower and medium-temperature cooking. If you go much higher, it's going to turn brown and bitter quickly
but to be honest I dont hardly ever use any oil in my ridgemonkey as its just not needed
Winkler
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   Old Thread  #43 18 Nov 2023 at 12.46pm  3  Login    Register
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Far from it sadly..

The fact that it may have such a high smoke point tells you everything..
oldgeezer
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oldgeezer
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   Old Thread  #42 18 Nov 2023 at 11.36am  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #37
GRAPESEED oil is IMHO the best cooking oil
if you need any I use this in my Airfryer at home all the time expensive but you only need a spray and it does not have any taste brilliant stuff and wont damage non stick coatings the smoke point for grapeseed oil is about 420įF. ďSince grapeseed oil has a relatively high smoke point and a 'clean' taste, it's an ideal all-purpose oil,
mrjcarter
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mrjcarter
   Old Thread  #41 18 Nov 2023 at 10.57am  2  Login    Register
In reply to Post #38
Seed oils are bad which is pretty well hidden considering there all in the shops!
I've moved onto ghee
Fivenil
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Fivenil
   Old Thread  #40 18 Nov 2023 at 10.28am  3  Login    Register
Never used oil in my ridge monkey. Everything I cook apart from sausages or bacon is a reheated meal from my freezer, stews, curry, chilli etc. Cook in batches, Chuck in freezer. Reheat in ridge monkey. Job done.
Teddybare
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   Old Thread  #39 18 Nov 2023 at 0.30am  4  Login    Register
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Life is to short for 99% of these posts.

Wear sunscreen and live a bit.
Winkler
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   Old Thread  #38 17 Nov 2023 at 11.43pm  1  Login    Register
Google PFAS.

Cook with butter, ghee, lard. Oils are not what they seem, highly processed using solvents , prone to severe oxidation are responsible for the high level of cellular inflammation in a majority of the population. Google seed oils ..
tazi
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tazi
   Old Thread  #37 17 Nov 2023 at 7.34pm    Login    Register
If one uses a high point smoke oil that doesnít reach its smoke point then would this preserve the coating as afterall it could be the release of chemicals that are released after exceeding the smoke point?.
mushageez
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   Old Thread  #36 17 Nov 2023 at 12.30pm  4  Login    Register
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Its generally good to avoid anything that is labelled, as 'calorie free', 'fat free' or 'sugar free' also added to that list is anything labelled as smart, such as 'smart motorways', smart meters etc
jhhilton1983
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jhhilton1983
   Old Thread  #35 17 Nov 2023 at 6.34am    Login    Register
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Never herd of the cooking spray oil thing affecting Teflon but from what i have read on here sounds like a good shout, never been a fan of it tbh.

As far as i'm aware Teflon is not actually poisonous, it was one of the chemicals (PFOA) that was used in its manufacturing that was particularly nasty. And this has not been used by dupont since the early 2010's.

Teflon is heavily used in the food and drinks industry in the UK and Europe, for its obvious non stick properties. So don't go scrapping the pans (unless they are from pre 2013) just yet as you will probably still be consuming a fair whack of it
Tinhead
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Tinhead
   Old Thread  #34 16 Nov 2023 at 10.08pm  1  Login    Register
At home we have a mixture of stainless and Teflon

All the Teflon is scratched,, we still use it but won't be buying sny mote.
How long do I have to live?
zinno
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   Old Thread  #33 16 Nov 2023 at 7.00pm    Login    Register
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I don't think anyone does that, but I was surprised when I first heard that Teflon stuff is in these things, as long as it is not damaged it does not release any toxic substances, but I still find it strange that it is used in clothing etc

I have been avoiding Teflon for cooking for a while now. I now have a Cast iron sandwish toaster yes it weighs a lot but I prefer to cook in something that weighs more than in a lighter Teflon toaster which is also very sensitive to scratches and releases poison from scratch 1.
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