Go grape(seed oil)!
Grape seed oil has a very mild flavor so can be used in almost any culinary endeavor from sauting to baking. Try mixing it with a flavored vinegar and use as a dressing for green or three-bean salads.
Reviewed by Susan Weiner RD, MS, CDE, CDN, 03/08
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