A 27-year-old male asked:
When we cook/ fry / deep fry food(e.g. meat with certain mushrooms or some herbs), is it possible that chemical reaction that produce toxics happened ? any guidelines or regulatory body on this
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Pathology 49 years experience
Sort of: Frying does produce acrylamide and other toxins, but the amounts are usually not meaningful.
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51 viewsAnswered Aug 19, 2020
Last updated Aug 25, 2020
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