Most people use cooking oils in their daily lives.

One of the most common questions we are asked is what kind of oil to use when cooking. And our answer is…it depends.

People frequently concentrate on how to choose a healthy oil.

It's also important to consider whether the oil is still safe to consume after it's been heated during cooking.

... Technically speaking, the smoke point is the temperature in which the oil will actually start to smoke....

Oil that has smoked contains fumes that are toxic to inhale, as well as free radicals that are harmful to your health.

So how do our favorite oils stack up when it comes to smoke points?  Check out the link below for additional information about these oils:

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