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Both but i use Olive Oil and not groundnut oil....

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    1. Oilve is very expressive but d best. Palm oil is more resourceful. U can bleach if u want.

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    2. Both depends on what I am cooking but when preparing stew, I use both and the taste is heavenly.

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    3. I use both depending on what I wanna Cook.

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    4. I love palm oil a lot in my beans or soup although I heard its not so healthy. Nothing is healthy for us again... Nawao

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    5. I was doing alot of moimoi with groundnut oil, which I have to put in a lot of ingredients like fish, ginger, galic, plenty tatashe or shombo, crayfish, etc. until I tried red oil moi moi during this lockdown because of management lol. Only with crayfish, yellow pepper, onion and maggi, the moi moi came out so beautiful. Now red oil moi moi ti take over in my house o

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    6. Depends on what you are cooking. I use both, g-oil for stew and palm oil for native soups.

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  2. Palm oil.... There's this urge for you to always use groundnut oil..

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    1. The question tire me

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    2. For incantation πŸ™„πŸ˜’ @ anon

      Loool lmao to cook jor

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    3. Lol @ for incantationπŸ˜€πŸ˜€.

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  4. Depending on what is being cooked..

    Imagine using groundnut oil to cook "Ofe Owerri"..

    @MARTINS

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    1. @martins you cannot achieve good ofe Owerri with olive or groundnut oil.

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    2. You can't make any Igbo soup with olive or groundnut oil.

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    1. 😲😲😲😲tufiakwa for what biko?

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    2. Sorry,I was replying to Martins comment.

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  6. Is it for cooking indomie?

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    1. No..for swallowing spaghetti

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    2. No, for sex lubricant

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    3. No, for sex lubricant

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    4. Oh my! Funny response Kidjo. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    5. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£Kidjo

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    6. No, for roasting mango πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  7. both depending on the food but i use palm oil more in cooking cos i only use ground nut oil for making stew

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  8. Palm oil biko.
    Hot peppery palm oil stew with dried lady fish 🀀
    I’m salivating already just thinking about it

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    1. Abeg which one is lady fish?πŸ˜‚

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    2. Palm oil all day every day. They call me palm oil at home sef. Lmao

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  9. Palm oil oooo.
    There's this palm oil my landlady brings from Ogoja, it's so thick and fresh. Just a little is enough for your food.

    It depends on what is being cooked sha

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  10. Depends on what I'm cooking

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  11. Depends on what I'm cooking...

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    1. Eka joy. .wadoooo

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    2. Hmmmm Anon 18:33 I follow you reason am o.

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    3. it's not eka the time stamp is too close

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  12. Depends on what I'm cooking...

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  13. I use Both
    It all depends on what I want to cook.

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  14. I was trained with both...
    Will end up also using both...
    Unless I find myself where one is scarce then I'll go for something elseπŸ‘Œ

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  15. Both actually.. A little bit of palm oil and den groundnut oil makes the best stew

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  16. palm oil even if I want to make a stew or soup.. u fry it well on stew e go make sense baje

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  17. Depends on what I'm cooking. Frying?? Groundnut oil is best.. cooking pepper soup/stew.. both.
    Bottomline: It depends.

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  18. I use vegetable oils...from soya,groundnut, safflo,palm nuts.
    Una kings na from palm oil(palmoleic)

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  19. None!!! I use olive oil only

    Palm fruit oil for soup sometimes

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    1. Is there a difference between palm oil and palm fruit oil?

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    2. Palm oil and palm fruit oil, are one and the same thing. No difference. Na who born dog? Dog!!

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    3. Abeg which one is palm fruit oil? Is it palm kernel oil?

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    4. Lmaooooo snon 19:52 chill na

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  20. Depends on what I'm cooking. But if I'm to choose one, i will go for palm oil. Palm oil can be used to cook everything, and even for frying. But groundnut oil is limited to some things

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  21. I use more of palm oil than soya oil.

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  22. It depends on what I'm cooking. Palm oil for ofada sauce, igbo jollof rice with enough crayfish and ogilisi, vegetable oil to fry stew, jollof rice, etc lol. Let me not start thinking about food abeg

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  23. It depends on what l want to cook. Palm oil for all soups and beans. Corn oil or olive oil for stew.

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  24. Both, depending on the usage.
    Though palmoil stew tastes way better than stew with groundnut oil, and frying with groundnut oil is way better than palmoil.

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  25. Both,depending on what i am cooking

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  26. Palmoil.πŸ˜‹πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜˜

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  27. Both. But sometimes mixing the two is bae

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  28. Depends on what am cooking
    But I like palm oil for stew

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  29. Depends on what am cooking. For instance if na veggies egg na groundnut oil. If na fish stew na mixture of both....... In short, It all depends on what am cooking. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  30. It depends on what I'm cooking ooo

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  31. Madam Stella when I grow up i would like to be like you ooo but for now I use both depending on what am making. Most of my local dishes I use palm oil but continental dishes I use groundnut oil

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  32. Olive oil for me but if i have to make soup palm oil is require.

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  33. I am sure what most of you are referring to as groundout oil is actually vegetable oil. Groundout oil is made from groundout and smells same. Vegetable oil is bleached, deoudorized palm fruit oil.

    I use both, red oil for soups and vegetable or corn oil for stews.

    I hope you learnt something today.

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  34. Depends on what I’m cooking I use canola oil or palm oil

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