What's the best oil? and why is it grapeseed?
>>12331837I used grapeseed oil to give my wife a massage and then fuck her shithole. Was based.
>>12331837extra virgin olive oil > olive oil > vegetable oil > virgin olive oil > canola oil
>>12331837High smoke point for us poorfags that can't afford a decent industrial hood.
Extra virgin olive oil > Clarified butter > Olive oil > Grapeseed oil > Canola Oil > Avacado oil > beef tallow > vegetable oil > peanut oil > Corn oil
>>12331837Grapeseed oil is indeed the patrician choice. Flavoursome enough for a vinegrette, high smoke for frying and high-temp roasting. It's perfect. Also, healthy in all the ways that olive oil is.I prefer olive oil for a few niche uses but mostly, Grapeseed oil is where its at and it's an acceptable substitute for EVOO on even pasta and pizza.
>>12331837it is grapeseed, good mix of fat types and high smoke point. Also good polymerization for sealing cast iron.
>>12331869Haha, awesome. How did you dispose of her body when you were bored of her?
>>12331837For salad dressing purposes, Linseed and Styrian Pumpkin seed.
more of a rapeseed guy
It's not a great oil. Way too much omega-6. It's pretty much identical to sunflower oil that way, except worse in most other ways.
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>>12334059t. subhuman slav
>>12334190It's European, not Slav. Cheapest oil here.
>>12331837For general cooking? Palm oil. Only thing is its bad because it's the second worse culprit of deforestation. The worst culprit is soybean oil production, it's also an unhealthy oil.
>>12334254Enjoy your heart disease
>>12334245Russia and Ukraine make up over half of sunflower oil production in the world. It is slav.
>>12334254>palm oil *pukes*
Grapeseed is good for it's high smoke point. And, on that front, I'd rather use rice bran oil. But, I do buy both. Rice bran oil is great for deep frying, and grapeseed is good for high heat saute or searing. I also use beef fat or pork fat that I've rendered for searing. Clarified butter for shallow frying or certain specific dishes.For dressings and drizzling, I use extra virgin olive oil, unrefined pumpkin seed oil, unrefined hemp oil, or unrefined hazelnut oil.