Grapeseed oil

Not to be confused with rapeseed oil (see canola oil), grapeseed oil is a neutral oil that can tolerate high heat, making it perfect for sautéing and for vinaigrettes and mayonnaises in which you don’t want to distinguish the flavor of the oil. The oil does, in fact, come from grapes — specifically from the seeds, the solids that are left over after the grapes’ juice has been pressed for wine.

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