With so many (sometimes expensive) cooking oils on market shelves, how do you choose which ones to have on hand in your kitchen? It's hard to know which oil to use for frying? For salad dressings? For drizzling? For searing?? Which oil is the healthiest? BlackboardEats has your answers.
A well-stocked pantry should include a five basic oils to make recipes sing. Read on as contributing writer, Kalena Ross of BlackboardEats, your trusted source for the best restaurants and culinary products, decodes the rainbow of bottles on grocery store shelves:
1) Canola Oil
Canola Oil is said to be one of the healthiest cooking oils due to its low saturated fat content. Plus, a hefty dose of omega-3s also keeps hair and skin looking nourished. Surprisingly, the canola seed used to make the oil is actually a cousin to veggie powerhouses cabbage and Brussels sprouts.
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