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Cooking oil is a kitchen staple, whether you use it for deep frying, sautéing, roasting, or salad dressings.
The war in Ukraine has caused a knock-on effect that could see UK businesses run out of sunflower oil.
Given current constraints caused by world events and environmental conce...
Oils broadly fall into two categories: refined and unrefined.
Deep frying, shallow frying, sautéing, or roasting changes the molecular structure of the oil as it breaks down through oxidation.
Fat molecules react with oxygen in the air to form lipid oxidation products (LOPs) including aldehydes. The higher the cooki...
Rapeseed oil is extracted from the black seeds of the yellow-flowering rape plant. Rapeseed oil is unsaturated fat and high in monounsaturated fat, making it a healthier type of oil. It is rich in Vitamin E and Omega 3,6, and 9 fats.
It is available as refined and unrefined. In the UK, oil ...
Saturated fats are normally solid at room temperature, for example, red palm oil, lard or beef dripping. They generate fewer aldehydes when heated but might carry other risks.
Coconut oil is extremely high in saturated fat. The refined version is the best of all to cook with.
An oil's sustainability depends on the way it is produced.
Sunflower and rapeseed oils made outside Europe and the UK are sprayed with neonicotinoids and insecticides implicated in killing bees, butterflies, moths and other insects. As a result, they are now banned in Europ...
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