20 Ways to Use Avocado Oil

Find out what avocado oil has to offer; this healthy oil alternative can improve your everyday cooking and beauty routine.

20 Ways to Use Avocado Oil

Whether you enjoy them in your guacamole or topping your toast or burger, avocados are a good source of healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, or MUFAs, which can help increase your energy and blast fat. But what about avocado oil? The byproduct of the knockout fruit (yes, not a vegetable) is rich in vitamins A, D, and E, as well as potassium. It’s available cold-pressed and stays fresh for up to six months when opened or for two years if unopened. Find out how you can improve your cooking and beauty routine with this heart-healthy and beneficial oil.

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Bake Into Cake

Olive oil cake can have a strong, distinctive olive taste, but using avocado oil in your cake offers similar heart-healthy benefits but with a milder and nuttier taste instead. For a tasty treat, use avocado oil in your favorite sponge cake recipe and add zing with citrus zest, vanilla, and fresh berries.

3 Secrets for Choosing the Best Rotisserie Chicken at the Store

How can you know you're getting one that's fresh, juicy and crispy?

The rotisserie chickens at the store can make a great, quick dinner for the family. They can also be good pre-made bases for many recipes! But when they're all sitting together in the same case, how can you know you're getting one that's fresh, juicy and crispy? Here are three insider tips for choosing the best chicken.

1. Reach for the Back

Go for a chicken that's in the back of the case. Because the store typically loads the case from behind, you can bet the chickens in the front will have been sitting there the longest.

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