Can I substitute Grapeseed oil for Canola? - Mothering Forums

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Does it measure the same?

I just made a zuchinni cake and it took forever to cook. It could be due to a zillion factors considering I'm not much of a baker. : But I wanted to find out if it was okay that I used grapeseed oil. I only have grapeseed or olive oil in the house. Which one would you bake with?
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Yep, you can substitute grapeseed oil perfectly for canola in baking. It is all I use. It's also much better than olive oil for higher temp stovetop cooking.
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