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mustard oil

n.
An oil obtained from mustard seeds, used in making soap.
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mustard oil

n
(Elements & Compounds) an oil that is obtained from mustard seeds and used in making soap
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Noun1.mustard oil - oil obtained from mustard seeds and used in making soap
oil - a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
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The newer 1,000-patient study showed that an Indo-Mediterranean diet rich in fruit, nuts, vegetables, whole grains, mustard seed oil, and other sources of alpha-linolenic acid was associated with a markedly lower cardiovascular event rate than the NCEP step 1 diet (Lancet 360[9344]: 1455-61, 2002).
The newer 1,000-patient study demonstrated that an Indo-Mediterranean diet rich in fruit, nuts, vegetables, whole grains, mustard seed oil, and other sources of alpha-linolenic acid was associated with a markedly lower cardiovascular event rate than the NCEP step 1 diet (Lancet 360[9344]:1455-61, 2002).
Besides, the Agriculture Ministry argued, the imports were unnecessary: India already had an abundant source of edible oils right here at home -- mustard seed oil.