My local grocery store has Chevron syntheic for $3.49/quart. Havoline HM oils are $1.99/quart. Regular Havoline? $2.49/quartPennzoil is $2.22/quart for comparison. I can walk about a block away to Advance and get Havoline for $1.69/quart.
But I still have to go to Advance Auto If I want my eggs fried in Mobil 1 0W-40. I'm watching my cholesterol after allquote:
Originally posted by k1xv:
However, I suspect ketchup and eggs are cheaper at the grocery store than at Advance.
All the natural oils except tall oil are esters. Tall oil contains no glycerin, just fatty acids and a little rosin. It is distilled from old pine stumps. It is mostly mono unsaturated, but please do not fry my food in it.quote:
Originally posted by Blue T:
Actually, you should be frying your eggs in Redline (also available at Advance - at least for the time being). After all, aren't esters natural vegetable oils?