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DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
2/11/13 9:59 A

i don't use canola or vegetable oil. I would substitute grapeseed oil.

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2/5/13 9:13 A

Yes, you can use vegetable oil or canola oil in place of soybean oil.

-POOKIE- Posts: 11,884
2/4/13 12:01 P

It's flavourless, so just using some sunflower/vegetable oil will be just as good.

Vegetable oil CAN be soy oil, but more often its from a plant, not sure what you call it in the US, its Oil Seed here, Canola is a brand that uses the yellow plant for oil.

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2/4/13 9:47 A

Chef Meg's recipe for seafood stock calls for soybean oil. So far I have not been able to find it in the store, even at Whole Foods. I have read where vegetable and soybean oild are the same thing. Is vegetable oild a good substitute for soybean oil for this recipe?

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