Vegetable oils are, however, more digestible than animal fats.
Save the cream and butter and eat oleomargarine and vegetable oils.
Vegetable oils and fats constitute, next to starch and sugar, the most important secretion of the vegetable creation.
The fats are found in fat meats and dairy products, and in nuts, olives, and vegetable oils.
The natural fats, vegetable oils, and plant waxes are all esters.
Fats come from milk and butter, from nuts, from meat-fat—bacon, lard and suet—and from vegetable oils.
Vegetable oils, with the single exception of castor-oil, which is disagreeable by reason of its odor, are apt to become hard.
In the days of the ancient Romans vegetable oils were prized for food and butter was used for cosmetics.
Oleo oil and vegetable oils are being imported in large quantities and now England uses twice as much margarine as butter.
Of course, the vegetable oils from the United States and the tropics are not available.