Virgin or extra virgin? Polyunsaturated or monounsaturated? Oils ain't oils when it comes to cooking!
Have you ever spent way too long at the supermarket trying to decide between virgin and extra virgin olive oil? Do you reach for vegetable oil or canola oil when you're frying an egg? How about when you're roasting potatoes? CHOICE explains which oils are best for which cooking styles and which ones are best for your health.
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