hazelnut oil

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panza

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Posted: 22 Mar 2008, 17:13
Anyone ever heard of hazelnut oil? Someone assured me it was as good as olive oil to use, but I'm not sure.Question
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Posted: 22 Mar 2008, 18:22
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According to the Drs. Eades in Protein Power Lifeplan, these are suitable fats for cooking:

Cooking and Pan-frying

Butter
ghee (clarified butter)
olive oil
sesame oil
coconut oil (unhydrogenated)
pure lard
any naturally occuring animal fat


Baking

almond oil
butter, ghee
canola oil
pure lard or other natural animal fat


Salads, Dressings

avocado oil
almond oil
canola oil
hazelnut oil
macadamia nut oil
olive oil
sesame oil
walnut oil
flax seed oil


Bad Fats

corn oil
soybean oil
vegetable cooking oils
margarine
vegetable shortening
partially hydrogenated oils of any kind

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