Law Office Of Sam Jubran - October 2018

Are You Using Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Wrong?

Coconut Oil Better for baking than cooking, coconut oil is generally solid at room temperature. It can be used for some cooking, but like EVOO it doesn’t play well with high temperatures. Keep it at 350 degrees or below and use it as a butter substitute. Canola Oil/Vegetable Oil A good option for high-heat cooking, baking, and frying, these utilitarian oils are completely neutral in flavor, but they’re not heart-healthy. Vegetable oil is a generic mix of oils, including soybean, canola (rapeseed), and palm oils, making it the most inexpensive cooking oil. Peanut Oil Great for high-heat cooking, frying, and deep-frying, peanut oil has a neutral flavor, so you can easily use it in just about any dish that needs a cooking oil. It’s also a more heart-healthy option than canola and vegetable oils. Avocado Oil When you need an oil to withstand high temps, this is your oil. It has a smoke point of 510 degrees, making it perfect for grilling and stir-frying. What makes avocado oil particularly unique is it can also be used as a finishing oil, like EVOO. It’s light yet resilient.

Not all cooking oils are created equal. Some cooking oils have distinct flavors, while others are suited for high temperatures. Every oil is unique. Here are six common oils and their best uses. Extra-Virgin Olive Oil An often misused oil, extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO) should not be used for cooking or frying. It’s simply too delicate and cannot withstand high temperatures, which can damage the flavor, ruining dishes. Instead, use it as a finishing oil — drizzle it over pasta, salad, or bread. Olive Oil Unlike EVOO, standard olive oil can be used for cooking and frying. It can withstand temps up to about 460 degrees. In many cases, you can use it in place of other cooking oils — just be sure you’re using plain olive oil and not EVOO.

APPEARANCE MATTERS! How Your Look Makes a Difference

Second, arrive early to court. This applies to anyone with a court date, including the parties, attorneys, experts, and witnesses. Being early signals preparation, thoughtfulness, and respect.

The “Oath of Attorney” requires lawyers to maintain the “decorum” of the court. This means lawyers must be well put-together, prepared, and wear a suit and tie to court. Clients should also dress their best in order to show their utmost respect to the court and particularly to the judge presiding over their case. What you wear into the courtroom matters. While it may seem trivial to some, how you look and act can influence the overall outcome of your case. Judges are trained to and do pay attention to details. They, like all people, form an opinion about you simply based on the way you dress and carry yourself. It’s a literal case of judging a book by its cover. When you are expected to be in the courtroom, you always want to make a good first impression — regardless of why you are in court. There are several steps you can take to ensure you leave a good impression. In a nutshell, here are five tips to help you prevail in court. First , dress professionally. If you have a suit, wear it. If not, a pair of dress pants and a long-sleeve shirt and tie are recommended. You should never wear shorts, tank tops, flip flops, or anything printed with offensive language or imagery. You don’t necessarily need to dress in formal attire, but a clean, respectful look will go a long way.

Third, never chew gum or hold candy in your mouth. It doesn’t matter the situation. Talking with gum or candy in your mouth, even a cough drop, is highly disrespectful, not to mention irritating for everyone in the courtroom. The last thing you want to do is irritate the judge. However, a cough drop may be the least disruptive alternative if you are experiencing a constant cough during your proceeding. Otherwise, do not use any gum or candy in the court room. Fourth, keep your cell phone quiet and out of sight. In fact, don’t bring it into the courtroom if you can help it. It invites distraction. Mobile phone use is not permitted during court. That said, it is increasingly more common and acceptable for your lawyer to use the features of their phone in court so long as they do so in an undisruptive manner. Fifth, be respectful always no matter what, and never talk out of turn. Both attorneys and all parties should show mutual respect for each another and toward the court. Professionalism and civility are expected. Anything less is sure to impact the result of your case one way or another.

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