Margie is a trusted home cook immersed in German foodways.
Salad dressing benefit from the nutty flavors of avocado oil. It is also good for frying and sauteeing--it stands up well to heat.
Cooking anything, moisturizer for skin, any recipe you would use olive oil.
If its cold-pressed, I would stay away from cooking with it purely for cost effectiveness; why but expensive, good quality, nutritious oil only to render most of the nutrients out. I would stick with a vinaigrette. You could certainly serve it with a warm salad or garnish a soup with it. Better yet! Make vegan avocado ice cream. The water content in whole avocados doesn't allow for a custardy texture, but if you blended with avocado oil (and maybe a touch of coconut meat if necessary), it would be amazing. Just taste for sweetness and be aware that it will taste less sweet once frozen.
QueenSashy is a trusted home cook.
It's also good for the hair :)
It's great with veggie sautés and really great with meats. Especially on the grill!
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