Vegetable Oil

Posted on: Fri, 06/08/2001 - 12:39pm
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I went to a couple of resturants tonight and turned away because they told me that their vegetable oil that they use now has warnings on them. Nobody could show me this. I find this hard to beleive. I could believe other ingredents but not vegatable oil. Does anyone have any information on this. This was in Westbury NY.

Posted on: Sun, 07/22/2001 - 12:42pm
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I was told by our dietician to avoid all vegetable oil unless the source is specified....eg:vegetable oil (canola and soy, act.). If the product just says vegetable oil I would avoid it. Also look for "natural flavour" and "spices" as both of these may contain trace peanuts.

Posted on: Sun, 07/22/2001 - 12:45pm
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someone told me that canola oil is not safe for someone with a tree nut allergy. has anyone heard that? i have not
thanks

Posted on: Sun, 03/31/2002 - 4:52am
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Maybe it depends on where the oil was obtained? In Germany, plant-derived oils are listed only as "pflanzliches fett", which literally means "plant fat". On multi-language food packages, the English translation is "vegetable oil." However, I've been advised that this could, in fact, be any fat not derived from an animal source.

Posted on: Mon, 04/01/2002 - 12:27am
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Peanuts are a vegetable - therefore peanut oil can be considered vegetable oil. Peanuts are in the legume family - same as beans and peas, they are not a nut. When they say vegetable oil, I always ask what kind of vegetable oil - it can be soybean, corn, cottonseed, etc.

Posted on: Mon, 05/13/2002 - 4:49am
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I read somewhere that Vegetable oils may contain peanut proteins and if the percentage of the peanut oil is below 25% It may not appear on the food label (depends on individual country food regulations).
I stick to Crisco.

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