sunflower oil

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Synonyms for sunflower oil

oil from sunflower seeds

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He said sunflower oil and corn oil were now banished from his own kitchen, replaced by olive oil and butter.
Tender notice number : 11/447/7/Refined Sunflower Oil
Fill the largest pot you have with sunflower oil so that the level of oil reaches one third of the way up the sides.
and sultanas, then fold in the 2 Stir the courgettes with the sugar, sunflower oil, eggs, orange zest, vanilla and sultanas, then fold in the flour and baking powder until they disappear.
The factory provides about 20% of Kazakhstan's bottled sunflower oil market.
The anti-trust watchdog inspected the competitive environment in the production and trade in sunflower groats and sunflower oil, according to a media statement of KZK.
Stelatopia Lipid-Replenishing Balm is formulated with Mustela's natural, patented active ingredient, Sunflower Oil Distillate.
India imports 25 percent of sunflower oil production of Ukraine, which is amongst the world's largest producers of sunflower oil.
According to USDA from 2005 to 2007 Global production of sunflower oil was 10 million metric tons, being overtaken only by palm, soybean and canola [4].
65 million tons of sunflower oil and exported over 90 percent of this amount (3.
Agricultural production is dominated by industrial processing of milk, tobacco fermentation and refinement of sunflower oil.
For the spiced potatoes, you need 1kg potatoes, one onion (chopped), 1 tbsp tomato puree, sunflower oil, salt, pepper and a little curry powder.
The men received three experimental meals, consisting of custard and muffins; muffins were made with whole almond seeds, almond oil plus defatted almond flour or sunflower oil, made to provide 50 grams of fat.
The Heritage Farm Cooperative is a small group of ethnic-minority farmers--mostly fruit, dairy and hops producers--who run their diesel engines on sunflower oil pressed from a crop grown on their own farms.