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Be aware that no oil company makes one liter jar (as shown in picture) and no oil in India is Rs 300 per litre (except olive oil)

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Am surprised that “Olympia industries” with 4.7 ratings can fool customers like this

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dozzhemant wrote:

Am surprised that “Olympia industries” with 4.7 ratings can fool customers like this

tell me whether shold cancel or this oil is good for health, in this price

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tell me whether shold cancel or this oil is good for health, in this price

http://www.healthydietfordiabetics.com/fortune-...

Rice bran oil & Sesame oil have a good balance of combination of mono-unsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats.

Fortune Vivo Diabetes care oil is a combination of 80% Rice bran oil and 20% Sesame oil

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Canola oil is good but priced much higher than Rice bran oil. I use only Rice bran oil for daily cooking. (rs 79/ 85 1 litre pouch )
Olive oil (extra virgin) is using only for dribbling on salad. For cooking pasta / italian dishes use cheaper pomace olive oil. Gingely oil for idli karam podi/ dosa or rice with vatral / kara kozambu & also use while cooking chinese dishes.
coconut oil only for kerala style curries.
mustard oil use occassionally for cooking benagali/ bihari kind of curries . Ghee use any time if feel like . palmolein use in a combo for fryng vadam/ chips/ frech fries / pakoda /bajji etc

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posiedon wrote:

Canola oil is good but priced much higher than Rice bran oil. I use only Rice bran oil for daily cooking. (rs 79/ 85 1 litre pouch )
Olive oil (extra virgin) is using only for dribbling on salad. For cooking pasta / italian dishes use cheaper pomace olive oil. Gingely oil for idli karam podi/ dosa or rice with vatral / kara kozambu & also use while cooking chinese dishes.
coconut oil only for kerala style curries.
mustard oil use occassionally for cooking benagali/ bihari kind of curries . Ghee use any time if feel like . palmolein use in a combo for fryng vadam/ chips/ frech fries / pakoda /bajji etc

+36Kg

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posiedon wrote:

Canola oil is good but priced much higher than Rice bran oil. I use only Rice bran oil for daily cooking. (rs 79/ 85 1 litre pouch )
Olive oil (extra virgin) is using only for dribbling on salad. For cooking pasta / italian dishes use cheaper pomace olive oil. Gingely oil for idli karam podi/ dosa or rice with vatral / kara kozambu & also use while cooking chinese dishes.
coconut oil only for kerala style curries.
mustard oil use occassionally for cooking benagali/ bihari kind of curries . Ghee use any time if feel like . palmolein use in a combo for fryng vadam/ chips/ frech fries / pakoda /bajji etc

How many oils using daily ?? Bro ….I use Sunflower oil and now last week bought Suffola oil for using …will use Suffola from now

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use different oils for different types of food.
Rice bran oil (next best to olive and equal to Canola) for normal daiy cooking)
but have all the oils in stock.(Ghee/ butter/ extra virgin oliveoil/ pomace olive oil/ gingelly oil/ coconut oil/ mustard oil /palmolein oil …..

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note that rice bran oil has no flavour. (similar to sun flower oil )
where as coconut/ mustard/ gingely / even olive oils have strong peculiar flavour / armoa .
so suitable only for specific dishes .
for regular cooking odourless oil sunflower/ rice bran /canola are similar in taste & look . but rice bran is healthy & cheaper
http://www.livestrong.com/article/432013-rice-b...

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note that rice bran oil has no flavour. (similar to sun flower oil )
where as coconut/ mustard/ gingely / even olive oils have strong peculiar flavour / armoa .
so suitable only for specific dishes .
for regular cooking odourless oil sunflower/ rice bran /canola are similar in taste & look . but rice bran is healthy & cheaper
http://www.livestrong.com/article/432013-rice-b...

Ok man …for B12 vitamin and vitamin D is which Eating oil is there ? because helpful for Arthritis helpful for joints and legs , hands

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never checked oils for vitamins – Iam eating "SUPRADYN " multi vitamin/ rare minerals 1 tab a day for the last 35+ years……
takes care all the vitamin requirements (as iam a strict vegertareian -no eggs also)( but 2 pegs scotch/bourbon whisky/ day since 35 years +….keeps me more healthy ……..:roll: )

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Ahmedabad High court calls out- says Vivo Diabetes oil claim…. misleading….
Fortune Vivo oil meets its inevitable sticky end
Vivo was a ‘revolutionary’ cooking oil until regulators called the oil major Adani Wilmar’s bluff. The developing legal fight could well be the tipping point for an industry, which has so far gotten away with lofty claims………………….
https://the-ken.com/fortune-vivo-oil-stick...d/

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