9 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Rapeseed

  1. Denis and I stayed in a cottage on a farm in Bedfordshire that was surrounded by rapeseed fields. Lovely! We always seemed to meet the same male pheasant coming out of the field every morning as we left on our explorations.

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  2. In Canada it’s called Canola, and was bred here to be able to produce (a healthy) oil for human consumption. The name was changed to be more marketable, and is widely used in Canada because it’s a good unsaturated cooking oil, but I don’t think as much anywhere else.

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  3. The colour’s beautiful, the smell awful! A chef on Woman’s Hour was reccomending cold pressed rapeseed oil for salad dressings, says it’s delicious. Must be cold pressed.

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