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All oil having the chemical composition as saturates and unsaturates .People use oil according to the area where he live . The temp of area and using oil are already devided eg north east - mustard/rapeed oil . southern state - coconut oil .western state - groundnut oil.Middle state - soyaben oil ,CG & Orrisa - rice bran oil etc.

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Asked by Hitesh Jha, 26 May '11 02:51 pm
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Refined Oils are extracted from clean oilseed / oil cakes by solvent extraction for further refining to produce clear oil, free from rancidity and foreign matter. These oils are used as medium cooking oils (225F - 350F), high cooking oils (350F - 450F), and deep-frying oils (greater than 450F).

If the oil you buy is bland and pale, you can be certain that it has been fully refined, bleached, and deodorized. In essence, refined oils have negligible flavor and aroma which can be useful in delicately flavored dishes. Use for baking and sauting, stir-fry and wok-fry, and oven cooking; to sear, brown, deep fry, fry and for tempura.

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Answered by anil garg, 19 Nov '11 12:41 pm

 
  
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Edible oils are most commonly known as cooking oil these days. Just like other types of essential oils, it is a purified fat taken from natural plant sources resulting in a liquid format in room temperature.

Most edible essential oils are those coming from vegetable sources, while others are more commonly used in aromatherapy as carrier oil. However, the term vegetable oilis often used to refer to a blend of various types of essential oil instead of consisting of just one type of oil. When cooking oils, you need to be careful though as exposure to heat can cause the oil characteristics to change. Most edible oils are taken internally or as supplements to treat various health conditions.
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Olive oil is one of the most popular types of cooking oil and is extracted from the olive plant, which is traditional crop from the Mediterranean. To date, there are several different grades of olive oil available in the market. Virgi olive oil is the purest form of olive oil since it i ...more
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Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 26 May '11 02:55 pm

 
  
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