n. A vegetable oil pressed from canola seeds and used in cooking.
n. vegetable oil made from rapeseed
Usage examples of "canola oil".
I had a doozy the other night about Harrison Ford, a peacock feather, and a bottle of canola oil.
Not to worry, recent medical studies tell us that Italy's taste for canola oil, olive oil and wine helps extend the average lifespan and helps prevent heart disease in Italiansso you picked the right place to retire to.
They'd cut down all the trees around, so there wasn't any cover for us, and they poured boiling canola oil down on us from the top.
The milky white glow through the steel-bound alabaster roof was faint and the lanterns hanging from the metal girders were giving off their glow and a feint scent of heated canola oil.
Sweat slicked his whole body, making him feel like he'd been dipped in canola oil and left to go rancid, chafing anywhere belt or backpack or equipment touched his body.
One of those big articulated German cargo-rigs went by, the kind that burned canola oil.
We peeled the shrimp, then wilted the vegetables in canola oil, and added tomatoes and garlic.
He wanted to give the boy a hug, take him to a movie, out to a movie, not downstairs to the mini-Pantages here in Palazzo Rospo, but to some ordinary multiplex crawling with kids and their families, where the air was saturated with the fragrance of popcorn and with the greasiness of canola oil tricked up to smell half like butter, where you had to check the theater seat for gum and candy before sitting down, where during the funny parts of the movie, you could hear not just your own laugh but that of a crowd.
One of those big articulated German cargorigs went by, the kind that burned canola oil.
I had a doozy the other night about Harriso Ford, a peacock feather, and a bottle of canola oil.