It depends whether or not you're adding something caloric to your food! If you fry it, yes. Oil/shortening contains calories. Eating food+oil contains more calories than the food alone. If you boil it in water, no. water has no calories. Heating the food in an oven or microwave will not add any calories.
It is important to remember that food preparation certainly can change the nutritional values of a foodstuff. When you start adding caloric items such as butter or sugar to a product, (surprise, surprise) you'll end up with more calories to the finished item. Sometimes, especially in the case of salads, added dressing or cheese can end up having many times more calories than the vegetables themselves. Be aware of this when making food choices.
Boiling does not add any extra fat contents or calories to the food you're cooking.
Most of the time the only way it will effect is if you add stuff to the food. Also if you fry the food or cook it in oil this will change the amount of calories that the food has.
A baked potato contains about 100 calories. Cooking methods such as frying add additional calories.
yes it will it will be to spice so it will go to calories
add flour depends what you are cooking
There are about 60-75kcals in one carrot. Steaming is a cooking process which does not add any more calories to the amount already contained by the food which you are preparing. Therefore, 60-75kcals in one steamed carrot.
Frying, sauteing, and poaching in oil to make confit are all methods of cooking that add fat to food.
yes but only traces
People do not eat cooking coal, it does not have defineable calories in it.
When cooking you dont want to dry out your food by over cooking it so you sprinkle it with water or olive oil.
Yes, that goes with about any food.