Cooking oils used in the US and Canada differ at Buffalo Wild Wings.
Restaurants, without the seed oils
Nearly all restaurants use soy, canola, or other seed oil mystery blends as the standard oil to fry up food.
Food is better cooked with fats like lard, ghee, butter, tallow, and more. LF is here to help you find restaurants that use better oils in their cooking.
Cooking oils we like:
- Duck Fat
- Olive Oil
- Coconut Oil
Cooking oils we do not like:
- Seed Oils (canola, soy, etc)
- Cultured Oil (GMO microbe oil)
What is Cultured Oil?
Cultured Oil is a GMO product, deceivingly marketed as "GMO-free." This oil is made when genetically modified microbes produce fat, which is then extracted and sold as GMO-free cooking oil.
If your cooking oil was produced by GMOs, it's not GMO-free. Refusing to inform customers that your oil was produced by GMOs is no good.
How to find seed oil free restaurants
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What is LocalFats.com?
LocalFats.com is an independent project built to connect you with restaurants who are serving real food and help us search for restaurants by the cooking oil they use.
This project runs on your tips.