is the fat in say, roasted almonds, actually detrimental to you in any way? i know it's probably not as good as raw almonds, but my mom (who does a lot of the shopping here at home) can get the roasted ones in bulk a bit easier. plus she likes the roasted taste better. same goes with cooked oils vs. uncooked. much of my food is stir-fried, chinese style. thus the oil isn't in its original raw form anymore. i still take in some raw oils (flax, olive, hemp) in shakes and salads, etc and also some raw nuts occasionally. just wondering if having much of my fat sources in cooked form is actually that much worse than raw sources?