Results for - Cooking Oils

1,915 voters participated in this survey

1. Which cooking oil do you prefer?

Canola Oil
24%
454 votes
Sunflower Oil
3%
62 votes
Coconut Oil
6%
120 votes
Peanut Oil
4%
69 votes
Sesame Oil
1%
23 votes
Olive Oil
36%
685 votes
Avocado Oil
1%
14 votes
Grapeseed Oil
1%
15 votes
Vegetable Oil
13%
251 votes
Palm Oil
0%
3 votes
Corn Oil
2%
34 votes
NA
9%
166 votes
Other (please specify)
1%
19 votes

2. On what ratio do you make the choice of using a particular cooking oil?

Health: 100% Taste: 0%
15%
290 votes
Health: 75% Taste: 25%
21%
404 votes
Health: 50% Taste: 50%
32%
614 votes
Health: 25% Taste: 75%
6%
123 votes
Health: 0% Taste: 100%
5%
95 votes
NA
19%
367 votes
Other (please specify)
1%
22 votes

3. Do you reuse the oil used for frying?

Yes
29%
548 votes
No
51%
980 votes
Undecided
5%
89 votes
NA
16%
298 votes

4. Did you know that every oil has a specific smoking point, the temperature where the oil starts breaking down and becomes unhealthy for reuse?

Yes
53%
1,015 votes
No
30%
580 votes
Undecided
6%
123 votes
NA
10%
197 votes

5. Do you use a thermometer to keep a check on the smoking point of the oil when frying?

Yes
10%
201 votes
No
67%
1,279 votes
Undecided
4%
72 votes
NA
19%
363 votes

6. Did you know that olive oil has a low smoking point and is not recommended for high heat deep fry cooking?

Yes
46%
882 votes
No
37%
712 votes
Undecided
5%
91 votes
NA
12%
230 votes

7. Did you know that canola, peanut and vegetable oil have a higher smoking point than olive oil and can serve as a better option for high heat frying?

Yes
50%
963 votes
No
32%
615 votes
Undecided
5%
96 votes
NA
13%
241 votes
02/29/2016 Food & Drink 1915 37 By: FNULPP

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