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May 16, 2022

[Answer] 1. Using a large pot is best, if you make as much chili as I do! The first thing I do is put a bit of EVOO in the pot as it heats up to medium-high heat. What is EVOO?

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...1. Butter 2. Olive oil 3. Water 4. Lard EVOO, a term coined by Rachael Ray, is an abbreviation for extra virgin olive oil. I prefer using olive oil over butter, margarine, or lard, when making chili because it doesn't give the chili an odd taste. The olive oil also acts as one of the many liquid elements of the chili. This is good because the olive oil becomes infused with flavors during the cooking process that make the liquid delicious.




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Olive oil:


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