Here are two lists of smoke points for various oils. Depending on the type of cooking you do, there should be one that you can use as an all around oil. What makes it a little tough when switching to primal is that a lot of us used to just keep a bottle of some veggie oil around, and veggie oils have high smoke points so we could use just the one for everything. Anyway, keep plugging away. This was one thing I found very difficult, so now between the bacon grease, butter, coconut oil, avocado oil, and rendering beef tallow, I've got something that will work. I haven't found a good source of lard yet, but that will be added to my collection. Also, virgin olive oil has a smoke point of 420 degF which is pretty in line with a lot of non-primal veggie oils, and extra virgin has a smoke point of 406 degF.
Cooking Oil Smoke Points
Smoke point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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