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Replacement for Canola/Vegetable Oil for infused oil

Answered on March 10, 2016
Created March 09, 2016 at 7:58 PM

I am looking for a good replacement for canola oil or vegetable oil for making a garlic-infused oil for some of my favorite dishes.  I know it's terrible, but I still use canola oil as I have not been able to find a good replacement for it. My biggest issue is that it seems all the paleo-friendly cooking oils add some kind of unwanted flavor.

I know coconut oil is the most common high heat oil, but I really, REALLY hate the sweet flavor it seems to add to everything.  Can anyone recommend a good oil that withstands high heat and will not add an off-flavor to my garlic oil?

 

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on March 10, 2016
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High oleic safflower oil has a favorable fatty acid profile- mostly monounsaturated fats, it doesn't add flavor, and it has a high smoke point.  I usually by the Spectrum brand.  The front of the label doesn't state "high oleic", but the ingredients list does.  I regularly use it to make mayo.

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