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Grapeseed oil

Other names: grape seed oil

An oil extracted from grapeseeds. Grapeseed oil is produced in most wine grape producing countries. This oil has a high smoking point of 485º F which makes it a good oil for sauteing or stir-frys. Providing a light, flavor grape seed oil makes a good neutral flavored salad dressing.
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Substitute for grapeseed oil

Avocado, peanut or corn oil.

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