What cooking oil does Veeky Forums use?
clarified butter, grapeseed oil, and olive oil. Or sometimes just regular butter
Always olive oil. Never use anything else.
Which makes me think, are there any foods that taste better if fried in butter rather than olive oil?
Depends on the purpose.
My mom and Dad gets cases of imported olive oil from palestine and gives it to the family tree including me
Shits pretty good, but sometimes I need to use mazolla corn oil
canola haven't found anything better.
Olive oil or butter
Butter or olive oil.
I'd use goose fat if I could get it.
Many olive oils on the market are reportedly much cheaper oils falsely advertised as olive oil.
Fuck you, faggot.
changes depending on what i cook but generally just canola
When I was a chef we used grapeseed oil in our fryers.
I like peanut oil for things.
I call bullshit on that, a professional kitchen can't afford to use grapeseed oil because of the expense.
Depends what i'm cooking.
Canola oil and olive oil are my primary oils
But butter and Ghee are commonly used when i cook as well for when I want a fat, but don't want an oil.
Sesame oil as a finish for some things, but nobody in their right mind would cook anything in sesame oil.
OP is dead, maybe just a bot.
It was a high priced french bistro. the average ticket for a two top was $130
That's a little harsh dontchathink?
Was it in France? That doesn't seem like something that they would do. I'm just wondering. What place?
Scrambled eggs in butter, every time. I always use olive oil except for popcorn, canola oil will go to a higher temperature without smoking.
Hamburgers, steaks, fish, ... .
There are even restaurants that cook chicken fried steaks in butter! I've eaten at one such restaurant but I don't remember what I ate there.
olive oil, butter, lard
you dont need anything else
Everything does, but it has a low burning point so not really good for frying with and probably unhealthier or something
hitler is correct
for higher heat butter applications, use Ghee.
Great for sauteeing.