Vegetable, Canola, and Corn oil are the most popular, inexpensive oils that are used in most household cooking. However, the gourmet cooks and health enthusiasts prefer other choices for taste and/or their healthful benefits.
Cooking experts and home cooks will agree that olive oil is one of the most versatile oils for cooking. Olive oil, as long as it is not overly processed, contains numerous monounsaturated fats and some essential polyunsaturated fatty acids.
“Virgin” and “extra virgin” are considered to be the better varieties of olive oil due to their unrefined and high quality nature. Prone to have a relatively low smoking point, olive oil is best used for medium to low-heat cooking.
Avocado oil is a great cooking oil option. Much like extra virgin olive oil, it is best use...