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Nausea Bagwash

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a couple of weeks ago I went to buy some sunflower oil in Morrisons and was way-laid by Rice Bran Oil. Supposed to be healthy and full of plant sterols and anti-oxident and suitable for baking, grilling and frying.

Well, after using it I might use it for oiling a cricket bat but I wouldn't buy it again to eat! Everything I've used it for has left a greasy film on the tongue (and I don't use a lot of it) and it tastes foul.

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sam from worthing

Rice Bran Oil

I saw this in sainsbugs a while back.

Defo shan't be trying it on your description.

I like rape seed oil, can eat it as a dressing too.

lucky enough to have a local farmer who grows processes and bottles and he sells it at our local farmers market, and my dad swears it helps with his very sever hayfever allergy, that and locally harvested honey.

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JAMES

Rice Bran Oil.

I like it. Sorry!

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Nausea Bagwash

Sam on Rape Sed Oil

Interesting about the hay fever. A friend swears that a tablespoon of rape seed oil in her horse's feed helps his breathing problems no end.

Odd because there was a fuss some years back about people living near rape fields getting hay fever due to rape.

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It's not odd NB, that's why it works. It is to do with improving immunity. A vaccine works along similar lines.

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foxylady

rice bran oil

I like it too. foxy x

 
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