Like say, canola and vegetable? I know you're not supposed to, technically. But like if a person is too lazy to get off her big behind and go to the store....then is it permissible?
I think the only caution here is that the blend will take on the lower smokepoint of the two oils, so you shouldn't use a very low smokepoint oil with a higher smokepoint oil if you're doing high heat cooking.
Since they both have the same smoke point and little flavor, there will be no problem. Potential problems can arise when more delicate or fragrant oils are used.
Thanks for your speedy reply :)
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