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【List of edible oils】 All 51 types of oils, famous oil and rare oil!

On this page, we will introduce various types of edible fats and oils, such as those that you can easily buy at supermarkets and rare fats and oils that can only be bought at specialty stores.

There are some oils that you can't get easily, but I hope you refer to this page to find the one that suits you!

※However, even with the same oil, the nutritional value and fatty acid ratio may differ slightly depending on the product!

Contents

Fats and oils high in saturated fatty acids

It is solid at room temperature and resistant to oxidation, but since there are many animal fats and oils, if you don't choose good quality fats and oils, you will increase the risk of arteriosclerosis, myocardial infarction, and cancer.

1. Cacao butter (Cocoa butter)

It is made from cocoa mass, which is the process of making chocolate from cocoa beans.

It has a melting point of about 34 degrees, which is lower than human body temperature.

Anti-aging with polyphenols, especially epicatechin, a polyphenol for arteriosclerosis and carcinogenesis prevention.

It also has a bactericidal effect on Helicobacter pylori, which settles in the gastrointestinal tract and causes gastritis and gastric ulcer.

カカオ
Main fatty acids Stearic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Slightly chocolate scent, lighter than butter, thicker than coconut oil
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE, VitaminK
Phytochemicals Epicatechin

2. Ghee

Fermented unsalted butter made from grass-fed milk is slowly heated to remove impurities.

It is rich in vitamins A, E, and D, has an antioxidant effect, and has a smoke point of 230 ° C, which is one of the highest among oils, so it is difficult to oxidize and can be stored for a long time.

It is characterized by having more medium-chain fatty acids and oleic acid than butter.

ギー
Main fatty acids Long chain fatty acids
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Unique aroma like fermented butter, semi-solid and lighter than butter
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminA, VitaminE, VitaminD

3. Coconut oil

Made from coconut seeds (endosperm). A medium-chain fatty acid-based oil, which is rare in vegetable oils.

It is hard to accumulate as fat in the body and is recommended for weight loss, prevention of dementia, and support for improvement. Lauric acid, the main ingredient, also has the effect of boosting immunity.

It goes well with the skin and is ideal for body cream if it is not sensitive.

ココナッツ
Main fatty acids Lauric acid
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture The taste and aroma are sweet and rich, and when melted, it is smooth.
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE
Phytochemicals Gaurimic acid

4. Butter

An oil made by kneading cream separated from milk.

Although it is mainly composed of long-chain fatty acids, it isn't suitable for long-term high-temperature cooking because it oxidizes with many impurities.

Rich in Vitamin A to keep skin and mucous membranes healthy.

It has a richness peculiar to animals and is suitable for cooking and sweets.

バター
Main fatty acids Long chain fatty acids
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Rich with a flavor peculiar to animals
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminA, VitaminE, VitaminD

5. Palm oil

It is the second most consumed in the world. "Vegetable oil" is mostly palm oil. It is made from the fruits of oil palm, but the rainforest is decreasing due to the mass cultivation of oil palm.

Unusual as a vegetable oil, the main component is long-chain fatty acids. Very stable and hard to oxidize.

パーム
Main fatty acids Palmitic acid
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Tasteless, odorless, semi-solid
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE, VitaminK

Fats and oils high in unsaturated fatty acids

It is liquid at room temperature and is often found in vegetable oils. Basically, it is sensitive to heat, light and air, and is easily oxidized. Essential fatty acids such as omega 6 and omega 3 are included here.

6. Apricot seed oil

Oil from apricot seeds.

Promotes skin turnover. Rich in oleic acid and vitamin A.

It is not very edible and is more often used as skin care.

あんず
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Slightly sweet and sour, smooth
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminA, VitaminE

7. Avocado oil

Oil from avocado fruits, called forest butter.

It is easy to use because it is rich in oleic acid and doesn't have the scent of olive oil.

It is especially rich in phytochemicals that are good for eye disease prevention, such as lutein, which prevents cancer and night blindness, and β-carotene, which prevents cataracts and glaucoma.

アボカド
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Coooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Almost tasteless, odorless, thick and mellow
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminA, VitaminE
Phytochemicals Lutein, β-carotene

8. Flaxseed oil

Oil from flaxseed seeds.

It has the highest content of α-linolenic acid and is popular for ingesting omega 3, which tends to be deficient.

It improves the balance of cholesterol in the blood and makes the blood smoother, so it is effective in preventing lifestyle-related diseases.

In addition, lignans have a function similar to that of female hormones, so they are effective in preventing and alleviating cancer and PMS peculiar to women.

亜麻仁
Main fatty acids α-linolenic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture A little thick and astringent like walnuts
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminA, VitaminE
Phytochemicals Pinoresinol, lariciresinol, secoisolasilesinol, β-carotene

9. Almond oil

One of the foods with the highest content of vitamin E. The oil is also rich in vitamin E and has a high antioxidant effect.

It also contains phytochemicals in a well-balanced manner and is effective in preventing eye diseases and allergies.

アーモンド
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Easy to use with no unique flavor
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminA, VitaminE
Phytochemicals Quercetin, luteolin, resveratrol, β-carotene, zeaxanthin

10. Argan oil

Only 1 liter of oil can be obtained from 100 kg of argan oil, which is a very rare oil.

An anti-aging oil rich in γ-tocopherol that is effective for swelling and fat burning.

Rich in fate chemicals with anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer antibacterial properties.

アルガン
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Has a roasted nutty aroma, richness and bitterness
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminA, VitaminE, γ-Tocopherol
Phytochemicals Caffeic acid, tilcarol, petitrospermol, ruperol, β-amyrin

11. Perilla oil

Perilla oil is also popular because it contains α-linolenic acid, which is the top class and tends to be deficient in omega 3.

Prevents and alleviates lifestyle-related diseases and allergies with α-linolenic acid.

In addition, phytochemicals rosmarinic acid and luteolin also have an effect of suppressing aresgy, so it is recommended for people with pollinosis and allergic symptoms.

It goes well with Japanese food.

えごま
Main fatty acids α-linolenic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Fishy, greenish
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE

12. Olive oil

This is one of the most abundant omega-9 oleic acids, and has the effect of relieving constipation and balancing blood cholesterol.

Squalene also suppresses active oxygen.

オリーブ
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Fresh blue scent, bitter taste
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE, VitaminK
Phytochemicals Tannins, luteolin, oleuropein, oleocanthal, squalene, β-carotene

13. Camellia oil

It has a higher oleic acid content than olive oil and is very low in linoleic acid, which is easily oxidized.

It has long been used in Japan to moisturize hair and skin.

椿
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Thick, slightly grassy scent
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE

14. Camelina oil

The proportion of α-linolenic acid is the highest among fatty acids alone, but omega-9 is the highest when oleic acid and icosenoic acid are combined. Omega 9, Omega 6, Omega 3 is well-balanced, and although it contains a lot of omega 3, it is hard to oxidize, so it is an easy-to-use oil.

Icosenoic acid is also useful for preventing arteriosclerosis and dementia.

カメリナ
Main fatty acids α-linolenic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Blueness like asparagus, scent like nuts
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE
Phytochemicals β-carotene

15. Walnut oil

A food that allows people who don't like the taste of nuts to get the nutrients of nuts.

Myricetin, a phytochemical, has anti-cancer, diabetes-preventing, and anti-allergic effects. Walnut polyphenols promote liver function.

Rich in minerals and has a detoxifying effect.

くるみ
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Slightly sweet, thick, walnut aroma, spicy astringency
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE, α-tocopherol
Phytochemicals Myricetin, pedanclagin, terimacrandin, ellagic acid

16. Grape seed oil

Obtained from white wine grape seeds.

It is rich in polyphenols, which are also abundant in wine, and has a very high antioxidant effect, so it is useful for preventing cancer, antiallergies, and angiopathy.

ブドウ
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Smooth, light and odorless
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE
Phytochemicals Anthocyanidins, proanthocyanidins,resveratrol

17. Sesame oil

Oil that has been used as for fragrances and treatments in ancient Egypt and Ayurveda

It has strong antioxidant power, and sesamin activates enzymes that promote fat burning, so it also supports weight loss and anti-aging.

ゴマ
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid, oleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Storage method
Taste / Aroma / Texture Thick, rich scent of sesame
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE
Phytochemicals Sesamin, sesamolin, sesaminol, sesamol

18. Wheat germ oil

It is an oil that can be obtained from wheat germ, but only 10 g of oil can be obtained from 1 kg of that germ.

It is rich in vitamin E so that it is said to be eating lotion, suppresses active oxygen, and is effective for beauty and aging prevention.

It can be heated for a short time, but it is better to take it raw.

小麦
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Fragrance of grains
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE

19. Rice oil (rice bran oil, rice germ oil, rice bran oil, etc.)

It is an oil that can be taken from rice bran, and it doesn't smell or get sick even when cooked at high temperature.

The phytochemical γ-oryzanol regulates the autonomic nerves.

It is rich in vitamin E tocotrienols and has excellent antioxidant power.

米
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Smooth and odorless, with a slight sweetness of rice
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE, tocotrienols
Phytochemicals γ-oryzanol

20. Pomegranate seed oil

This oil, which is obtained from pomegranate seeds, is mainly composed of the very rare omega 5 punicic acid.

Since punicic acid is an important component that makes cell membranes, it can be expected to have all kinds of effects such as anti-cancer, antioxidant, anti-allergic, and improved sensitivity to cold.

Phytochemicals adjust the balance of female hormones, such as alleviating menopausal symptoms.

ざくろ
Main fatty acids Punicic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Unique aroma and bitterness
Fat-soluble vitamins VitaminE, VitaminK
Phytochemicals Anthocyanidins, proanthocyanidins, resveratrol, cumesterols, ellagic acid

21. Sacha inchi oil (Inca inchi seed oil, green nut oil)

Omega 3 oil that can be heated and does not need to be refrigerated.

It is also called inner beauty oil because the abundant vitamin E γ-tocopherol removes active oxygen and promotes metabolism.

サチャインチ
Main fatty acids α-linolenic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Smooth, bluish aroma and bitterness like green beans
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E, γ-tocophenol, tocotrienol
Phytochemicals Quercetin, β-carotene

22. Safflower oil

Traditional safflower oil.

Oil with 70% or more linoleic acid. Not very suitable for heating.

サフラワー
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Smooth and almost unique scent
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E

23. Safflower oil (High Oleic)

Currently, most of them have been improved to increase the amount of oleic acid.

It suppresses the secretion of gastric acid and prevents gastrointestinal disorders such as gastric ulcer.

ハイサフラワー
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Smooth and almost unique scent
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Bearloyl serotonin, feruloyl serotonin, β-carotene

24. Sea buckthorn oil

Oil from miracle fruit sea buckthorn containing over 200 nutrients.

Omega 7's palmitoleic acid is abundant and strengthens blood vessels, so it is useful for preventing angiopathy.

サジー
Main fatty acids Palmitoleic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Unique taste and aroma
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Quercetin

25. Tiger nut oil

Oil from superfood tiger nuts.

It is said that vitamin E is higher than almonds. Rich in oleic acid and less likely to oxidize, improving bowel movements.

タイガー
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture A slightly sweet and earthy scent
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E

26. Soybean oil

Since it contains a lot of linoleic acid and is easily oxidized, it isn't suitable for cooking.

Since the oil content of soybeans is low, most of the extraction methods use hexane, so I don't recommend it.

大豆
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Almost tasteless and odorless
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E, Vitamin K

27. Chia seed oil

An oil from superfoods and chia seeds, one of the most minerals and phytochemicals in foods.

For anti-allergic action and prevention of lifestyle-related diseases.

チアシード
Main fatty acids α-linolenic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Smooth and slightly blue scent
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Quercetin, myricetin, rosmarinic acid, caffeic acid, gallic acid

28. Evening Primrose Oil

It is an oil that is mostly linoleic acid, but it is a valuable food that contains γ-linolenic acid contained in breast milk.

Adjusts the balance of female hormones and relieves PMS and menopausal symptoms. Phytochemicals suppress the rise of blood sugar level and the growth of Helicobacter pylori.

月見草
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Smooth and light, almost odorless
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Proanthocyanidins, gallic acid, ellagic acid, pentagalloyl glucose

29. Tea oil

Oil that is also used in Chinese medicine.

The phytochemical saponin has anti-inflammatory and alcohol absorption inhibitory effects.

茶
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Coooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Not unique
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Saponin, β-carotene
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30. Corn oil

It is taken from the germ that comes out when making cornstarch from corn. About 1 liter of oil can be obtained from 100 kg of corn.

I don't recommend the extraction method as most use hexane.

コーン
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Almost tasteless and odorless
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E

31. Old rapeseed oil

In the olden days, rapeseed oil was rich in erucic acid, which is said to be a harmful fatty acid.

However, some studies have shown that erucic acid is not actually harmful.

Currently, it is rarely distributed worldwide.

32. Current rapeseed oil

A rapeseed oil that has been bred to eliminate erucic acid. There are Kizakin rapeseed, Asakano rapeseed, and nanahushiigi rapeseed.

An oil that contains a lot of oleic acid and has a high smoke point, so it can be used daily, such as stir-fried foods and fried foods.

今の菜種
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture A little thick and rich
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E

33. ※Canola oil

The raw material is rapeseed, but in order to keep costs down, genetically modified and hexane-based extraction methods are common.

Basically, it is better not to use it because some colors and vitamins are added.

34. Coix seed oil

Oil from Coix seeds.

It is not very edible and has been effective for treating warts and whitening for a long time. It has an excellent antioxidant effect and also protects the skin from ultraviolet rays.

ハトムギ
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Storage method Dark and cool place

35. Pumpkin seed oil

Oil from pumpkin seeds used on Halloween. It needs about 35 pumpkins to make 1 liter of oil.

Phytochemicals are effective for diuretic problems and allergies.

It is also famous as a skin care oil, and is also used for prevention and improvement of stretch marks and anti-aging.

カボチャ
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry), ※Raw is recommended
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Thick but light, fragrant, bitter and natural sweetness
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E, γ-Tocopherol, Vitamin K
Phytochemicals Rosmarinic acid, β-carotene

36. Pistachio oil

An oil from a nutritious pistachio called the Nut Queen.

A rare oil containing vitamins A, E and K that has a high antioxidant effect and is suitable for anti-aging.

It is rich in minerals and phytochemicals and can be expected to have various effects such as anemia, lifestyle-related diseases, and prevention of eye diseases.

ピスタチオ
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry), ※Raw is recommended
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Thick, pistachio scent and richness, astringency of the skin
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin K
Phytochemicals Anthocyanidins, proanthocyanidins, resveratrol, quercetin, luteolin, beta-carotene, lutein

37. Sunflower oil

Ordinary sunflower oil.

An oil that contains 60% or more of linoleic acid and isn't very suitable for heating.

ひまわり

38. Sunflower oil (High Oleic)

オMost of these are sunflower oils that have been bred to be rich in oleic acid.

Phytochemicals have the effect of balancing female hormones.

ハイひまわり
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Almost tasteless and odorless
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Coumestan, β-carotene

39. Black cumin seed oil

Oil that is said to "cure all illnesses except death".

It is quite nutritious and contains unique nutrients.

It isn't good to use a lot because it contains a lot of linoleic acid, but it is also effective for anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic and Alzheimer's dementia.

クミン
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Both taste and aroma are quite unique
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Nigeron, thymoquinone

40. Prune seed oil

It has a higher vitamin E content than olive oil and avocado oil.

There are many phytochemicals that have antioxidant properties, so it is suitable for anti-aging.

プルーン
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Thick, mellow, almond-like flavor
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, resveratrol, β-carotene

41. Hazelnut oil

Roasted and squeezed hazelnuts, so it's a fragrant oil.

The content of palmitoleic acid varies depending on the country of origin.

ヘーゼルナッツ
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Fragrant and slightly sweet
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Proanthocyanidins, resveratrol, quercetin, myricetin, lutein, zeaxanthin

42. Hemp seed oil

Omega 6 and Omega 3 well-balanced oil.

It also contains γ-linolenic acid to prevent diabetes and blood clots.

Phytochemicals have the effect of removing active oxygen.

ヘンプ
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Thick and rich, with a lush aroma and a bit of astringency
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Kannabisin

43. Borage oil

Oil that has been used for food, lamps, medical treatment, oil painting, etc. since ancient times.

Effective for cancer treatment support and insomnia.

ポピー
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating for a short time is OK (Light stir fry)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture A little fragrant
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E

44. Borage oil

It has a high content of γ-linolenic acid and is effective in alleviating symptoms peculiar to women such as PMS and menopausal symptoms.

It is also effective in improving depression.

ボラージ
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E

45. Macadamia nut oil

It contains a lot of oleic acid and palmitoleic acid and has the effect of strengthening blood vessels.

It also promotes insulin secretion, which helps prevent diabetes.

マカダミア
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Slightly sweet, roasted type has aroma and taste of nuts
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Anthocyanidins, proanthocyanidins, resveratrol

46. Pine nut oil (pine seed oil)

It contains a very rare fatty acid, pinolenic acid, and has anti-inflammatory action and suppresses itching, so it is useful for allergic and atopic symptoms.

It also has an appetite-reducing effect, so it can also be used to support weight loss.

パインシード
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture Fragrance of nuts
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E

47. Cottonseed oil

Oil that goes well with deep fried foods.

I don't recommend because the extraction method using genetic modification or hexane is common.

綿
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Refreshing acidity, mellow
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin E, Vitamin K

48. Yuzu seed oil

Only 1 ml of oil can be taken from 40 Yuzu seeds.

Citrus-based phytochemicals have antibacterial, antitumor, antiallergic, and bone density reduction inhibitory effects.

柚
Main fatty acids Oleic acid, linoleic acid
Cooking Heating OK (stir-fried food)
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture Almost tasteless and odorless
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Naringenin, hesperetin, β-carotene, limonoids

49. Peanut oil

It is often used in Chinese food because it prevents stomach upset. It also has antioxidant and anti-allergic effects.

Be careful if you are allergic to peanuts.

ピーナッツ
Main fatty acids Oleic acid
Cooking High temperature heating OK
Storage method Dark and cool place
Taste / Aroma / Texture The scent of peanuts and the astringency of the skin
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Anthocyanidins, proanthocyanidins, resveratrol, quercetin, luteolin, β-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin

50. Rosehip oil

It is an oil obtained from rose seeds and has a very high content of vitamin C, and has been used for cold remedies.

Phytochemicals have high antioxidative effects, arteriosclerosis, cancer prevention, and other cosmetic effects such as whitening and improvement of wrinkles.

ローズヒップ
Main fatty acids Linoleic acid
Cooking No heating (eat raw)
Storage method Refrigerate
Taste / Aroma / Texture A slightly orange-like scent
Fat-soluble vitamins Vitamin A, Vitamin E
Phytochemicals Tiliroside, anthocyanidins, proanthocyanidins, quercetin, hesperetin, caffeic acid, β-carotene, lycopene

51. ※Salad oil / blended salad oil

Salad oil is a general term for rapeseed oil, soybean oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, safflower oil, cottonseed oil, rice oil, grape oil, etc.

Formulated salad oil (Mixed oil) is a mixture of the above two or more types.

Salad oil is used for various cooking such as stir-fried foods and deep fried foods, but since it is originally eaten with salad (raw food), it also contains oils that aren't suitable for high-temperature heating.

Salad oil is a cheap genetically modified food-based extraction method that uses hexane. Therefore, it is better not to use it because some of them have added colors and vitamins.

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