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Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
05-15-2007, 10:10 PM,
#16
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
over in the UK we have had "SunSeed™" oil in our crisps for ages, a derivative blend of sunflower.
it's "one of the healthiest oils there is" if you believe the marketing hype.

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sunflower is better than generic vegetable oil, but any oil which starts to (blue)smoke is carcinogenic.
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05-15-2007, 10:59 PM,
#17
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
the supermarket in UK (Tesco) sells lots of certified organic sunflower oil:)
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05-16-2007, 04:37 AM,
#18
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
As do local high street healthfood stores.

I urge people to support the smaller more ethical and friendly stores, over the big corporate hell holes that lure lazy people in with cheap prices and convenience.
Funny how people insist that death, murder, torture has to be a part of ones dietary needs.....fucking nutters everywhere!!

--- Purple Bex.
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05-17-2007, 01:42 AM,
#19
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
since roughly 50% of users who replied to the pot poll say they smoke chron, I'm surprised there isn't anyone parlaying the benefits of hempseed oil

a little research will show that hempseed oil is by far the most beneficial cooking oil, and who doesn't love the taste of hemp?

It can be a little difficult to find but I recommend people check it out, I personally have converted to using it for virtually all of my cooking oil needs
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05-18-2007, 07:34 PM,
#20
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
Hemp as a cooking oil? Would not heating it totally destroy the omega-3?

I would not recommend heating hemp oil, but if you have research to the contrary then please post it.
Funny how people insist that death, murder, torture has to be a part of ones dietary needs.....fucking nutters everywhere!!

--- Purple Bex.
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05-18-2007, 08:58 PM,
#21
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
No, your absolutely right as far as hemp oil being uncooked. It is most beneficial to use it for salad-dressings and other unheated food oil preperations; also it works great for dry skin and cracked lips! Over time I began incorporating it in my other cooking and baking however as it is cholesterol free. I'm no expert on the differences between cooking oils once heated and which retain their best benefits; I just always assumed that what would break down when hemp oil was heated would break down in others as well.

If I'm wrong than I stand corrected!
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06-22-2007, 06:08 PM,
#22
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
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Quote:My mom used to buy sunflower oil all the time. It was excellent for cooking and it's actually healthy even when cooked, unlike, say, olive oil which is sensitive to heat. Anyway, it's gone off the shelves here in the US, or at least in Nevada. Just mysteriously disappeared, not a word about it. Yet it's still legal to buy. Nothing like the spinach thing happened, nothing at all. Looks like the illuminati put a stop to it because it's healthy.

The alternative now is to use "vegetable oil." It's funny how they call it vegetable oil when it is 100% soybean oil. This probably is NOT healthy.

I noticed the same thing 2 weeks ago! I needed to get some sunflower oil for a recipe and couldn't find it ANYWHERE. Guess it's too good for us to be easily available.

Just like I couldn't find any cheesecloth anywhere ;)

Maybe Lay's bought out all of the sunflower oil...
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06-23-2007, 09:29 PM, (This post was last modified: 06-23-2007, 09:38 PM by ephilution.)
#23
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
Quote:over in the UK we have had "SunSeed™" oil in our crisps for ages, a derivative blend of sunflower.
it's "one of the healthiest oils there is" if you believe the marketing hype.

[Image: cri_2pk.jpg]

sunflower is better than generic vegetable oil, but any oil which starts to (blue)smoke is carcinogenic.
Really? But surely if you only modestly heat oil, any oil except the few who predominantly consist of saturated fats such as coconot oil, the carcinogenic effects would be progressively less with the lowering of the temperature and duration of the heating process. And what left is there of the carcinogenic potential if the oil is not heated at all?

Moderator's note: Just so ya'll know, in the not too distant future this thread will be moved to the Health dept, where it belongs... :smile:
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06-24-2007, 05:13 AM,
#24
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
Quote:
Quote:sunflower is better than generic vegetable oil, but any oil which starts to (blue)smoke is carcinogenic.
Really?
RLY:)
as mentioned above, veg oil could be anything and won't be organic.
with sunflower there is much higher quality control and you should be able to obtain organic.
if you overheat oil it will start to smoke and this is bad!
&Advertising has these people chasing cars and clothes they don't need.
Generations have been working in jobs they hate, just so they can buy what they don't really need.&
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06-24-2007, 11:53 AM,
#25
Ummm, What Happened To Sunflower Oil?
Quote:
Quote:
Quote:sunflower is better than generic vegetable oil, but any oil which starts to (blue)smoke is carcinogenic.
Really?
RLY:)
as mentioned above, veg oil could be anything and won't be organic.
with sunflower there is much higher quality control and you should be able to obtain organic.
if you overheat oil it will start to smoke and this is bad!
What left is there of the carcinogenic potential if the oil is not heated at all?
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