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What is your regular cooking oil that you frequently use in cooking food ?
Olive oil, canola oil, sunflower oil, coconut oil, safflower oil, vegetable oils, and many more! I and my mother always use sunflower oil and olive oil in our dishes.
I have use safflower and coconut oil regular and sometime I use canola oil.
Most of the time its Sunflower oil. For chinese, thai n mexican cuisine I prefer using olive oil
Extra virgin, unfiltered, organic olive oil, no good for hot frying, but then again I never do any frying, except for an omlette now and again, but that is done in butter.
Grapeseed oil. It has one of the highest flash points (419 degrees) and it is expellar pressed rather than solvent extracted so it is in it's most natural state.
For the last 5 weeks I have only used ghee. I make it myself and use it to replace butter (it is fat free and tastes like popcorn butter), as a cooking oil (it can be used at high heat) and for baking as well (both as an ingredient and to butter the pans).
I use olive oil faithfully....so good to cook with...canola oil is all right bbut vegetable is a big no no...
I use Sunflower oil for high heat, it is very light. I also use Olive Oil a lot. I use it for stir-fries, and cold for salads, and popcorn. Yes it tastes great as butter for popcorn, along with engivita yeast (which tastes like cheese). Engivita Yeast is high in Vitamin B Complex. Good stuff.
I mainly use olive oil but if I'm frying I use peanut nut oil,
I have started using Olive oil a lot. If I can't cook certain things with olive oil I just won't make them!
We've been using only virgin organic coconut oil for cooking for the past 3 years, and extra virgin (first press) olive oil for salads.
by theframjak8 months ago
Can I use canola oil to make hummus?I love hummus and most recipes call for olive oil. I was wondering if anyone has used any other oils such as canola and how it turned out.
by shriash7 years ago
1. olive oil2. corn oil3. cocount oil4. sunflower oil
by Cynthia Calhoun4 years ago
What is the best oil to use for cooking? Olive oil? Canola? Coconut?
by Versatile Health6 years ago
Just want to get a quick tally of how many people on this forum are using vegetable oil to cook with still. I have been doing a lot of research lately about the dangers associated with cooking with these oils and want...
by StricktlyDating3 years ago
Which is healthier for frying, butter, margarine or vegetable oil?
by GA Anderson6 years ago
How is extra virgin olive oil made and how is it different from regular olive oil?
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