Sesame oil! (updated)

Sesame oil (not the roasted kind you’d used in cooking!) is another oil high in linoleic acid (about 40%), with almost equal amounts of oleic acid (45.4%), with some palmitic (9.1%), stearic (4.3%), and arachidic (0.8%) fatty acids thrown in for good measure. It’s incredibly high in phytosterols – 865 mg per 100 grams -…

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