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        Q: Can I replace vegetable oil with canola oil?
A: there exists not enough olive petroleum in that combo to effect the flavour .  In any event it presumably was no EV olive petroleum anyway , and thats the stuff with the VERY separate flavour .   Nana , you are able be poor and make brownies . If this person got a packet of brownie mixing from a food shelf , they would subsequently be wanna 's using it , , , ,Please do n't make judgement till you have be here . 

Q: Canola. Plant or Oil?
A: In farming , canola is the name given to certain diversities of rapeseed petroleum , or the petroleum produced from those diversities .   Canola is a trademark for a hybrid various types of rape originally bred in Canada .   Rapeseed petroleum was manufactured in the 19th century as a source of a lubricating for steam engines .   It is lower helpful as food for animals or humans since it has a bitter tasting due to high tiers of glucosinolates .   Canola has been bred be reduced the quantity of glucosinolates , yielding a most acceptable petroleum . This has ha the side-effect that the petroleum contains still less erucic acid .   Rapeseed ( Brassica napus ) , also otherwise known as rape , oilseed rape , rapa , rappi , rapaseed ( and in the instances of one particular grouping of cultivars , canola ) is a bright yellow flowering member of the family Brassicaceae ( mustard or cabbage family ) .   The name is derived from the Latin for turnip , rāpa or rāpum , and is first register in English at the end of the 4teenth century .   Older writers generally distinguished the turnip and rape by the adjectives round and long ( -rooted ) respectively .  See also Brassica napobrassica , which is also possible regarded as a various types of Brassica napus . Some botanists include the intimately connected Brassica campestris within B. napus . ( See Triangle of U**** ) . Rapeseed was the third leading source of vegetables petroleum throughout the world in 2000 .   Click on the connection below for more on it -   http : //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassica_na ...   For Arnika petroleum , clicking on the connection below and read -  http : //www.ehow.com/about_5109658_arnica ...  http : //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnica   There is no ANIKA OIL as asked in the issue !    ***** for triangle of U click the connection below --  http : //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triangle_of_U 

Q: Are there nuts in canola oil?
A: no ... it is safe for you  it was crucially rapeseed , with a lower acid contents .