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What type of seed is a sunflower?
There are a number of answers to the seed type of a sunflower. There is the oil production seed versus the food or confectionery type There are 3 commonly used oil types: linoleic, high oleic and NuSun The seed is the fruit of the sunflower versus a nut The shell is a specialized covering, a cypsela, which is similar to an achene
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What is grape-seed oil?
Grape Seed Oil is processed from the seeds of grapes, which are formed as a by-product of wine making. Because each seed yields a small amount of oil, grape seed oil is usually extracted chemically. The chemical extraction does have an impact on the flavor of the oil, but it makes grape seed oil affordable for people who want to purchase it. The oil is known for being light in color and flavor, with a hint of nuttiness. It is a polyunsaturated oil, and contains beneficial compounds such as linoleic acid. Grape Seed Oil should not be confused with Rape Seed Oil. Rape seed oil is used in industrial settings and can be harmful if used as a food oil. A variant of Rape seed oil that is taken from specially developed cultivars with low erucic acid content in their seed oil is recognized as safe for use as a food grade oil in the US and in the EU. It is usually known as canola oil.