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Peanut oil

Other names: groundnut oil
Spanish name: Aceite de cacahuates

A monunsaturated oil extracted from peanuts. Peanut oil is a common cooking oil useful for its high smoke point (about 440 degrees). It is called for a many Asian and Mexican recipes.
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Substitute for peanut oil

Safflower oil OR Corn oil

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whirlstonoilpress
3/11/2013
Yeah, it is really tasty. I love it so much. 


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