A rapeseed oil that is very low in erucic acid content and high in monounsaturated fatty acids.(noun)
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Use "canola" in a sentence
"Cook it just like beef liver: saute some onions in canola oil, maybe throw in a few mushrooms, then bread with flour and your choice of seasonings and fry the liver."
"I threw out the question to Kyle Bailey, the Washington chef whose french fries, double-cooked in canola oil, I like to splurge on at Birch & Barley."
"By far canola is the best for deer, in our poor ground we've found triticale is a great start for a few years with 4-5 tons of manure."