2 Litre Crisp N Dry Vegetable (Rapeseed) Oil £2 Online & I presume instore @ Asda
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2 Litre Crisp N Dry Vegetable (Rapeseed) Oil £2 Online & I presume instore @ Asda

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Found 2nd Mar 2013
Online & I presume instore. Mysupermarket states next cheapest is Tesco £3, Sainsburys and Waitrose £3.69, Ocado £3.99........ This is a cracking price for a large 2L bottle of branded Rapeseed oil.... Rapeseed oil, "they" say is better than Olive oil for cholesterol... high in Omega 3.

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Cheers OP. That will do nicely for tomorrow's shopping. Just running low on the last 2L bottle I got for £2 at Asda.

cheaper than diesel

Just be aware that this has an artificial anti-foaming agent in it, it's not pure oil.

I think Asda are selling their own brand oils for £1 litre. Personally I'd go for the pure oil than one with additives.

Cheers op I use gallons of this stuff used to use olive oil
As italian cooks and spanish cooks are allways harping on about it
On the telly
This is cheaper and I am well happy
Xxxxxxxxxxxx

mrtech007

Cheers op I use gallons of this stuff used to use olive oilAs italian … Cheers op I use gallons of this stuff used to use olive oilAs italian cooks and spanish cooks are allways harping on about itOn the telly This is cheaper and I am well happyXxxxxxxxxxxx



On about Crisp N Dry or rapeseed oil?

If rapeseed oil then this bares absolutely no resemblence to the ones they will be talking about. I'm a bit surprised you think it does! Smell it, taste a bit on your finger...why would a chef talk this product?

This will be more the kind of thing: ocado.com/web…r=y

Proper rapeseed oil has a light nutty taste which makes it great for dressings. I hope for your sake you are not using Crisp N Dry as your good oil !! Please don't be fooled by "Rapeseed" on the packaging, it's a vegetable oil. A highly processed one with additivies at that. Flavour is nothing like that rapeseed, you might as well use sunflower, you wouldn't notice any difference.




Edited by: "dean_brfc" 5th Mar 2013

Top offer back on again at Asda

cold press oil is used for salad dressings etc. is an acquired taste.

this is for general usage.

it has an added anti foaming agent that is found in other foodstuffs and claims to be inert / benign.

wendy07

this is for general usage.



Yeah of course, it's fine for general frying - chips, roast potatoes, deep frying etc.

But it's certainly not a replacement for olive oil as someone mentioned above. Cold pressed rapeseed would be, but not this stuff.

This is what the yanks use for deep frying and kfc for chicken, hot price for the uk a small bottle is 1.60
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