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The video clip demonstrates dishes that may prove to be difficult for less experienced cooks; such as fried tofu, fried eggs, frying a whole fish, and cooking salmon steaks without oil.
The amount of oil used in the video is suitable for new cooks, but the amount may be lessened as you grow familiar with the Paruah products.

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Tips for cooking without oil or water.

When you use Paruah pots without adding water or oil, it allows the food to be cooked by its natural fluids. But when you are cooking a food item that does not have natural oils or water, such as eggs or tofu, then you must add oil to avoid the food and the pot sticking.

*Preheat the pot and test the temperature by sprinkling a little water on it. When the pot reaches the desired temperature, you lower the flame, place the food items inside, and cover it with the lid.

*Preheating the pot isn't need when cooking leafy vegetables.

*When you aren't using the lid to cover the pot, you may need to add either oil or water, as the liquid from the food evaporates rather quickly .

*When you sprinkle water on the pot to test the temperature, you can tell that it is hot enough if the water runs around the edge of the pot without evaporating. But when the water hits the pot and evaporates, it indicates that the pot isn't hot enough yet.

*When using oil, preheat it in the pan and spread it evenly over the surface of the pan before adding the food.

*Make sure you wash the pan very well before frying anything. It will help to avoid the food sticking to the pan.

*Cooking at a low flame will help to keep the contents of the pan from sticking.