Back in the day, I made some amazing steaks following this Alton Brown recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/pan-seared-rib-eye-recipe/index.html I refuse to use canola oil, so I'm wondering what to use in its place. The... (more)
I know canola is no good. but i gotta admit...i love mayo! i am a mayo fan and i have made several different recopies with just olive oil but it's just not doing it for me! i can't find anything without soy in the grocery stored but i have found... (more)
soy free veganaise is made with expeller pressed, high oleic safflower oil. low in PUFA and high in oleic acid(o9). I just add my own egg yolks before I use it, making it real mayonaise.
If this has already been asked, sorry! I couldn't find it anywhere. Anyway.. I have been wondering for some time now why vegetable oil seems to be shunned in this community, along with canola oil. I have often seen them referred to as... (more)
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/healthy-oils/ http://www.marksdailyapple.com/dear-mark-canola-oil/ You can make coconut oil at home if you really needed to. But it's much easier to go to a store and buy it. And this is why health-conscious people... (more)
I'm curious, which of the industrial seed oils is considered the worst for a person and which might cause the worst or most common negative reactions in a person? I've seen canola oil discussed in great lengths but never a true comparison of the... (more)
I use olive oil for most of my cooking. But for occasional frying corn oil has the highest smoke point and the least odor when frying. Canola oil has a bad smell when frying so I think it's the worst of the three.
Just got done with this book and feel like I wasted my money. I was floored by the continual demonization of saturated fats, coupled with what seemed like an embrace of PUFA along with recomendations promoting the use of canola oil and various... (more)
Hello Everyone, I live in NYC and started working at a new restaurant, which I am not realizing after my first two (free staff) meals there, is definitely not the healthiest. It is a cuban style Tapas place, which has lots and lots of GREAT meat... (more)
Maybe you should let them know that if they got all the bad oils and seasonings out of their dishes, they would be overrun with paleo eaters. That menu looks pretty awesome.
I've heard pros and cons on Canola oil. Any suggestions. Thx David New to paleo. Age 68 and have lost 9-10 lbs in 9 weeks No indigestion. Sleep good. lots of energy. I like going to gym even more than i did because I have much more energy... (more)
First, I should mention that although I am a Political Science major, there is a great gaping hole in my education where biology should be. so please keep your answer very simple. I discussed the Paleo Diet with my doctor, and referred her to a... (more)
I recently ordered two 1lb roasted unsalted macadamia nuts online, only to find out they're roasted with cottonseed oil/canola oil SHUDDER I was like CRAP. Can't return it since I already opened one bag and returning one small bag would be a big... (more)
How bad is canola oil? Most canola oil is genetically modified. Some is processed using hexane. But it is possible to obtain organic (not genetically modified) canola that is made using only pressure and mild heat (around 100 degrees F which is... (more)
We produce Expeller-Pressed canola oil. We gravity separate the the oil after pressing. The finished oil is very yellow. If you put it on a white plate (for dipping), it will look fluorescent yellow. The oil in a clear bottle will be dark like... (more)
Flax, canola, and friends have lots of ALA that doesn't get converted to DHA/EPA. What if anything does it get converted to, and is the end product good, bad, or neutral? (P.S. I'm not looking for "PUFA gets oxidized!!!")
I really love ranch dressing. Anyone know of any sorta paleo ranch dressing products? All the ones I have seen have corn oil or canola oil high on the ingredient listing. I don't really mind buttermilk but I'd like to at least get away from the... (more)
I have always been a firm believer that as canola oil is a frankenfood, it should certainly be avoided. The heat involved in the processing of the oil is usually blamed for the unhealthfulness of the end product - omega 3 fats are rancid, etc.... (more)
Funny reading that some folks think pressing oil out of seeds is an industrial abomination while eating industrial grown and slaughtered and manufactured butter/meat. You guys are TOO MUCH! Its is truly a hoot coming here.