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sueatmo | Nov 4, 201304:08 PM     84

I've used canola oil for a long time for sauteeing. I've used extra virgin olive oil for decades for salads. One of my adult kids has given me a hard time about using canola. So now I need to buy some fresh oil for using at the stove. What non GMO would hounds recommend that has a high smoke point, totally neutral taste or at least non objectionable taste, and doesn't cost an arm and a leg?

I need to be able to find the oil in the PNW.

Thanks in advance.

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