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Cold pressed peanut oil - not from toasted peanuts


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For Asian cooking I sometimes like to use cold-pressed peanut oil, but not made from roasted peanuts. Baar used to offer one, as did a (?)Virginia company called Nuts-D-Vine, but they no longer sell such oil. Chinese brands can be found in Chinatown, but I'd prefer a US-made oil, and I wonder if anyone can point me in the direction of one.

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Health food stores usually carry cold-pressed oils, but I don't know about roasted vs. unroasted.

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