TrinaM

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  1. Alright! Thanks. I asked because I've been using Tessemae's mayo and it has high-oleic sunflower oil. I suppose, then, that tuna in sunflower oil is good, also!
  2. Hi there all, I'm new, and I'm reading It Starts With Food. In the chapter on OILS, the recommendation is to AVOID high-oleic seed oils. However, I found a recipe for mayonnaise (whole30.com/mayo) which states, "You can also use a high-oleic safflower or sunflower oil. The seeds used to make these oils have been bred to contain more healthy monounsaturated fats and less polyunsaturated fats, making their nutrition profile almost identical to olive oil." So... which is it?