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Added to cooking: coconut oil or ghee
Added to salads: California extra virgin olive oil
If I ever make a bunch of soup from beef or lamb and happen to end up with a lot of leftover fat, I will use it to cook as well.
Ghee and coconut oil for my [URL="http://fitnesswayne.com/category/cooking/"]paleo cooking[/URL]. And extra virgin olive oil, avocado oil or macadamia nut oil for [URL="http://fitnesswayne.com/2012/10/09/paleo-salad-dressing/"]my paleo salad dressing[/URL].
grassfed butter or home rendered lard for most cooking. Coconut oil to deep fry things (it's AWESOME). Olive oil on salads or as an ingredient, but not as cooking lubricant.
Most of us here are going to ignore the majority of your options.
I use butter, lard, tallow for cooking sometimes, but none of those are oils.
The ONLY oil I use for cooking on that list is coconut but I abuse the stuff.
Olive oil is expensive, so I buy quality and use the stuff for salad dressings, topping already-cooked meats for a boost of flavor, and in other uncooked sauces.
Lard, tallow, ghee, butter and coconut oil for cooking in, and extra virgin olive oil for salad dressings - not really very adventurous!
Ghee/Coconut oil/EVOO....in that order.