American Public Television has launched a 13-episode series, Taste of Malaysia with Martin Yan. The chef extraordinaire and popular television host will take viewers on a culinary journey through Malaysia’s tri-cultural landscape.
Malaysian sustainable palm oil is the cooking oil of choice for home chefs and professional food producers around the world. This nutritious cooking oil has several attributes which keep it in demand.
● Palm oil has a high smoke point, which makes it ideal for high-temperature cooking. It
produces less volatile components than other cooking oils, and delivers a consistent
texture when frying.
● Malaysian sustainable palm oil is non-GMO and naturally free of trans fat, making it a
welcome addition to any sustainable cooking pantry.
● Palm oil’s balanced fatty acid content and abundant vitamins support a healthy lifestyle.
● Malaysian palm oil resists spoilage and retains the natural flavor of food.
Explore our recipes, and read more about the culinary uses of wholesome Malaysian palm oil.
Chef Gerard prefers Malaysian palm oil because it’s good for the planet – 50 percent of the country’s land is dedicated to sustainability – and it offers loads of other health benefits.
Chef Gerard is passionate about cooking with sustainable and nutritious ingredients. He frequently uses Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil because it is naturally trans-fat free, cholesterol-neutral and made without chemical processing.
Both cookbooks are collaborations between the Malaysian Palm Oil Council, an organization focused on improving understanding of certified sustainable Malaysian palm oil, and leading international chefs.
Today’s men can stay sustainable in the kitchen in surprisingly macho ways, such as brewing your own beer and grilling with non-GMO Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.
Chef G: “I’m always looking for sustainable products, whether it is seafood, vegetables or cooking oil. Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil is the world’s most efficient vegetable oil crop.”
The start of grilling season gave me a good platform for educating Cincinnati TV audiences about the virtues of Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil, including its nutritional value and environmental benefits.
If you haven’t yet replaced your vegetable oil with healthier and more sustainable alternatives, such as Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil, it’s time to do so.
Two slices of bread made without palm oil contains less than half a milligram of vitamin E, yet jumps to nearly 5 mg — one-third of our daily vitamin E requirement — when using the nutrient-dense palm oil.
Today’s cooks have many more options, and thankfully, most of them are healthier. This guide describes eight cooking oils which deserve a spot in your kitchen. It also lists four which you may want to avoid.