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Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Posted by dirtgirl07 (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 17, 10 at 19:13

So many of the recipes here on the cooking forum have mentioned grapeseed oil but I've never seen it in my grocery stores. Can you tell me where you buy yours?

Thanks, Beth


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Trader Joes carries..most groceries will have it on the top shelf in the oil aisle. I actually buy mine online. Likey the one you can find in a grocery is made by Spectrum.

Here is a link that might be useful: I use Napa Valley Naturals Organic


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Spectrum from Natural Foods or TFM (The Fresh Market. I have found oils like grapeseed and walnut oil at TJMaxx and HomeGoods but I always check the expiration date.


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Our Safeway has it on the top shelf in the oil area. It is a good product, but I like the grapeseed at Whole Foods better. Of course, it costs more, but not too bad for as long as it lasts.

DP


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Thanks Terry. They have a nice website. I'll look a little closer at the grocery store, but it seems like I've done so several times. But then Publix has just rearranged their whole store and some of it doesn't make much sense.


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Do you have any middle eastern stores by you?


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Trader Joes is where I find it, and our TJ's is so busy that I feel pretty confident that they turn it over quickly.

"That $%^@# Big Box Place" that I hate to admit going into but can't seem to completely avoid did have it in their ethnic food section a couple months ago. I didn't buy or try it, so can't say how good it was or wasn't. They allegedly send anything that's been on the shelf more than 90 days back for credit, so chances are it's relatively fresh.

I've also seen it at Raley's (a regional chain) and two of the local chains who are trying to market to "scratch cookers".


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

I've never used grapeseed oil but I know our local coop carries it.

If you have a coop or a natural food store in your area that may be another place to look.

Linda


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Thanks for all these suggestions. I'll definitely start looking around. They opened a TJ's a couple of years back but I haven't been in it since it's a good little distance. Same with Fresh Market. Lot's of natural food stores and large hispanic neighborhoods near by. The middle eastern are surely here too. Will check all of them since it would be great to see all of the items they carry.

And quite forgot about our Harry's Farmers Market (whole food owned) who has a huge selection of olive oils so they probably carry it.


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Check the price at Columbus Food online. www.soaperchoice.com. They are all top food grade and they have a lot of organics. Don't remember if the grapeseed is organic or not.


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

I usually get mine at TJ's which is out of town for me. I live in a small town but I can also find it at Kroger. It's in their organic section though and not with the regular cooking oils.

Tracey


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

TJMaxx has had it.


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Dirtgirl, Are you near the Harry's on 1180 Upper Hembree Road? Love that pl, well I did before it became WF. We were going through ATL on I-75 2 weeks ago and I thought I saw a Harry's from the interstate; is that a new location?


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

I've never bought it either but I see it all the time at a local middle eastern imports store (as Jessy mentioned).

What do y'all use it for?


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Trader Joes


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RE: Where do you find your grapeseed oil

Costco.


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