I cook w/virgin or extra virgin olive oil. I thought this was the best for a person nutritionally. Please inform me if it isn't @ email@example.com. Thank you & have a nice day.
04/19/2010 - 11:06am
It has been said using olive oil in modederation is good ,so what the problem with that? However using canola good also. When making dressing for salad's I use olive oil liking the flavor.
04/18/2010 - 4:05pm
I cook with olive oil for everything. I thought it was the healthiest for the body. I only use canola when necessary. I use a spray of canola to grease a baking pan or spray on the grill before cooking. I do not eat butter or margarine. I have my husband using the light smart balance with olive oil and omega 3s.
04/17/2010 - 10:34am
I use canola oil happily since I learned that the information about canola made with rapeseed and coming from Canada is untrue and is one of many frauds that circulate in emails on the Internet. Extra Virgin Olive oil is another oil I use but mostly in dressings for salad or for cooking Italian dishes. Mixed with fresh pasta and herbs, smothered with Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, expensive EVO oil really makes a magnificent dish! Also I have found that canola and olive oil sprays are wonderfully convenient in roasting and for baking. And on occasion, I use walnut oil, which is a terrific ingredient for a vinaigrette tossed with a variety of lettuces, ripe olive slices and whole California walnuts. Delicious!
04/16/2010 - 3:22pm
I always use Canola Oil and Olive Oil to do all my cooking, sauteing , etc.
04/16/2010 - 2:55pm
I cook with olive oil. As I was watching Dr. Oz the other day, he said that canola oil was the best oil to cook with! I was so intrigued by that.. but as I was waiting for him to explain why, he didn't. So now that I know why Canola oil is the better choice to cook with, why isn't olive oil recommended? Thanks!
04/16/2010 - 2:11pm
I use canola almost entirely. I use olive oil for salads or things that can be fried without high heat
04/16/2010 - 1:30pm
I cook with a variety of oils, depending on what I am cooking and what flavor I want to come through (or no flavor). Mostly canola and then vegtable oils, then virgin olive oil, sesame seed, grape, peanut and a few other oils.
04/16/2010 - 1:22pm
Most often I use extra virgin olive oil, and a scant amount of unsalted butter for flavor. If you use canola oil, buy the cold expeller pressed variety (ie., Spectrum) and check out DrWeil.com for great information on nutrition and a variety of integrative medicine topics, all based on sound scientific data. Dr. Weil directs the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine program at the University of Arizona.