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It depends on how healthy you want to be.

Hard fats such as lard or dripping I find give things much more flavour, but are also much worse for you (more saturated fat).

Oils are generally better for you (more poly/mono unsaturated fats).  

I normally go for a relatively neutral oil such as groundnut or sunflower.

What you are cooking will also effect what you want to use, as different fats have different smoke points and it may be that what you are trying to fry requires more heat than the fat can handle safely.

It depends on how healthy you want to be.

Hard fats such as lard or dripping I find give things much more flavour, but are also much worse for you (more saturated fat).

Oils are generally better for you (more poly/mono unsaturated fats).  

I normally go for a relatively neutral oil such as groundnut or sunflower.

What you are cooking will also effect what you want to use, as different fats have different smoke points and it may be that what you are trying to fry requires more heat than the fat can handle safely

Hard fats such as lard or dripping I find give things much more flavour.

I normally go for a relatively neutral oil such as groundnut or sunflower.

What you are cooking will also effect what you want to use, as different fats have different smoke points and it may be that what you are trying to fry requires more heat than the fat can handle safely.

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It depends on how healthy you want to be.

Hard fats such as lard or dripping I find give things much more flavour, but are also much worse for you (more saturated fat).

Oils are generally better for you (more poly/mono unsaturated fats).

I normally go for a relatively neutral oil such as groundnut or sunflower.

What you are cooking will also effect what you want to use, as different fats have different smoke points and it may be that what you are trying to fry requires more heat than the fat can handle safely