- From Wikipedia - Oleo is a term used for oils. It is commonly used to refer a variety of things including: margarine...
- From The Free Dictionary by Farlex - a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for butter; margarine
Sunday, January 30, 2011
What is "Oleo"?
The recipe in my last post refers to the ingredient "oleo". Grams used this term frequently. I came to learn that she meant margarine as opposed to butter, but it made me giggle even then as no one else I knew used it. I decided to use the trusty Internet to learn more about this baking terminology. Here is what I found: