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post #41 of 46
That is the best flax oil... I know the folks that started making it... they were the first in the US to make it, in Ferndale Wa.. I used to buy directly from them, when I lived in that area... They sold fish directly off the boats... they started from nothing and have grown exponentially...

http://www.barleans.com/history.asp
post #42 of 46
Locally I can get it from our locally owned health food store. It's in the refer case with about 12 other brands. $12.99 for the small bottle. I'll be using this on my new toy once I get it back from the sand blaster.





It's disco time!
post #43 of 46

8 oz was $13.99 in Spokane. When the Boss goes shopping next she will be stopping at the Wallyworld in Airway Heights to see if they have it.
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post #45 of 46
Thank You Sir...added to my wish list...
Once things are seasoned correctly can we go back to using Canola for cooking purposes?
post #46 of 46
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Originally Posted by inkjunkie View Post

Thank You Sir...added to my wish list...
Once things are seasoned correctly can we go back to using Canola for cooking purposes?


Sure... any cooking oil... However, flax oil is not rated for cooking... as you will note from the pan when done... It's smoke point is way too low.. Barleans has recipes on their web site...
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