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what kind of mustard oil do you consume and why?

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Recently i come to know(visited a mill) that there is also a yellow mustard oil available in market (consuming from the past 2-3 months).
Earlier, we used to construct black mustard oil(kachi ghanni).

Yellow doesn’t burn eyes while black does.

As per taste i couldn’t differentiate much ,both tastes same may be it due to my mother recipe which gives best taste regardless of oil (mustard (black/yello), roce bran or desi ghee)

Which oil do u consume black or yellow and why?

Is there any benifit in yellow over black or vice versa?

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We keep changing oils between Soyabean, RiceBran, Kacchi Ghani.

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We have been using Fortune Kachi Ghani Pure Mustard Oil for years.

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adani oil 

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tappukepapa wrote:

We have been using Fortune Kachi Ghani Pure Mustard Oil for years.

U sure its pure? laughing

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kartikxxx wrote:

U sure its pure? laughing

Copied name from Google blush, nothing is pure in modern era.

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tappukepapa wrote:

Copied name from Google blush, nothing is pure in modern era.

We used to consume patanjali/fortune black mustard oil, if u haven’t tried yellow, i suggest you to try atleast once.

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See Oil is 100% fat, so no benefit except some small amount of antioxidants or such, but cons(arterial damage and also the progression of heart disease, impairment to our endothelial function) largely out-weight some small pros(which you can easily gets from other natural food).

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Using sweat_smile desi sarso k tel relieved

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Different variety, but inherently similar properties.

Thus not much difference in edible oil.

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But in cuisines where they pore ‘mustard’ on sandwiches etcetera, they have to distinguish between rye and mustard.

(That ‘mustard’ is actually a condiment. It is prepared using various ingredients.)

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In India, even filtered oil is confused with traditional ‘cold pressed l’ oil.

So be careful, be it rye or be it mustard.

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bhopali91355 wrote:

See Oil is 100% fat, so no benefit except some small amount of antioxidants or such, but cons(arterial damage and also the progression of heart disease, impairment to our endothelial function) largely out-weight some small pros(which you can easily gets from other natural food).

Fat is also necessary for body.

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from last 5 years buying birani saron(raw mustard) from rajasthan, extrating oils from oil mill shop. 100% pure oil, no palm oil mixing. 100 kg saron will give you 33-35 kg oil, which can be sufficient for a family of 4-5 members for a year. 

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We use this band only…

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If u want to use the purest form available in market then go for Cold-pressed Single-pressed mustard oil.
Its very close to the natural mustard oil.

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kartikxxx wrote:

We used to consume patanjali/fortune black mustard oil, if u haven’t tried yellow, i suggest you to try atleast once.

Any brand suggestions?

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We keep changing oils between Soyabean, RiceBran, Kacchi Ghani.

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The mustard oil is rarely used we’ve shifted to sesame oil. Mustard oil is used when it’s absolutely necessary .

SGR 777’s sesame oil is very good.

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I’m curious to hear how many people are aware how mustard oil is actually extracted at an industrial scale. 


Why does some mustard oil  has sharp pungent smell but most don’t

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Don’t use it.

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tappukepapa wrote:

Any brand suggestions?

M buying from a local brand, so can’t recommend any confused
Check nearby

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mjuneja13 wrote:

from last 5 years buying birani saron(raw mustard) from rajasthan, extrating oils from oil mill shop. 100% pure oil, no palm oil mixing. 100 kg saron will give you 33-35 kg oil, which can be sufficient for a family of 4-5 members for a year. 

100% true. One of the my relative has mill. They also buy first grade quality of mustard from Rajasthan and extract the oil from the same. They are getting around 35kg oil from 100kg mustard. Recently i bought 15kh tin from them for 3200 rupees

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10ven wrote:

Don’t use it.

What?

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tappukepapa wrote:

We have been using Fortune Kachi Ghani Pure Mustard Oil for years.

It contains palm oil

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tappukepapa wrote:

Copied name from Google blush, nothing is pure in modern era.

true. Everything is refined oil oy, almost everything. 🙂

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DealBahar wrote:

100% true. One of the my relative has mill. They also buy first grade quality of mustard from Rajasthan and extract the oil from the same. They are getting around 35kg oil from 100kg mustard. Recently i bought 15kh tin from them for 3200 rupees

lucky you

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kartikxxx wrote:

What?

Mustard oil is not used in my home 😶

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10ven wrote:

Mustard oil is not used in my home 😶

That what do u use?

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