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Fields of green, cattle grazing and sheep lazily milling about, and vast, shockingly bright swaths of yellow rapeseed flowers marked the countryside.
While the fat from peanuts, soybeans, rapeseeds and sunflower seeds does a fine job of frying potatoes, something about the molten flesh of Donald and Daisy renders them irresistible.
The researchers found similar results for other crops including maize, rapeseed, wheat and rice.
For their experiment, researchers planted fields of rapeseed, which is made into cooking oil.
To help this one foam like real milk for lattes and cortados, Oatly fortifies the beverage with rapeseed oil, which adds fat without the need for stabilizers.
Neat brick houses with flowering acacias out front are set among rolling fields of rapeseed and wheat.
But the latest update to the map will be a small one: a new signpost in a German rapeseed field, now the heart of the European Union.
Since other heart-healthy oils, like soybean, hempseed, extra virgin olive oil or rapeseed, a.k.a.
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