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What's the deal with expeller pressed canola????

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 12, 2013 at 3:27 AM

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 the expeller pressed canola oil mayo spectrum brand.. is this any better than just regular canola??

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on April 12, 2013
at 04:49 AM

Try high oleic sunflower oil, I know they sell it in Whole Foods.

Expeller pressed refers to how they extract the oil. It's essentially a giant machine that uses heat/friction to create the oil from nuts/seeds. Generally you want to stick to oils that are cold pressed, as this means the oil is not exposed to such high heats such as they are during expeller pressing.

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on April 12, 2013
at 04:55 AM

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.

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on June 11, 2013
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Canola isn't terrible. 10% omega-3, 20% omega-6, 10% saturated and 60% MUFA.

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on June 11, 2013
at 12:57 PM

Cold presses isn't regulated in the US, like it is on Europe...so in Europe it must be extracted under 90 degrees, but in the US, the term cold is subjective!

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