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    you stick to fats with higher saturated contents such as butter

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    I pan fry nearly everything so this is all good to know LOL!
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    I panfry most of my food too.
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    Butter still has a bit of milk solids i. It so those will burn at a high heat. If you are cooking pretty hot the. Use a purer fat like refined coconut oil, ghee or tallow. Lower heat like eggs or a quick fry on a piece of meat, butter is fine.

    Personally i like to fry with refined coconut oil because nothing ever sticks with it and it has no taste, then when the foods almost done i will add some butter for the flavor and an extra browning. Did this with hashbrowns this morning, delicious.

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