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Are there any basic tips that will help me and my employees do a better job with fried foods?
I always rely on the experts when it comes to frying tips, so check out what www.frymaster.com has to say on the subject with the Five Steps to Better Frying:
During frying, exposure to heat, food, water and air changes the oil forming breakdown products that when accumulated cause the oil to reach the end of its useful life. The Five Factors for Fit Frying are the best practices for frying, which help minimize operating cost, by extending the life of both oil and equipment while ensuring consistent production of great-tasting food.
Source: Frymaster LLC, www.frymaster.com
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