Last night while signing up a member I was asked a question I realized I often get - what oils do you use for your salad dressing? Seriously. As I think back, I'm probably asked this question seven out of ten times when I'm advising someone about their nutrition. So I decided it was probably time to write about it.
I've included an image of one of my cupbards, but in this article I'm going to focus on the oils that I use and when to use them.
I was at The Riverside Hotel in Florida ten years ago when this idea first occurred to me. Las Olas Blvd - it's a great place to go for a jog. All the boutique shops and restaurants attract higher end clientele and plenty of tourists. You can hear the live jazz playing out of the open doors if you decide to jog just after sun down. The sounds of forks dancing on plates and the chatter of voices wash right by you even on weeknights. There is a beautiful sea-horse feature next to the hotel that will give you some pause, if only to reflect on the blue light that makes the water glow. There's the Tarpon River, of course, and the running trail behind the hotel.