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How to Roast Veggies (Peanut Oil)



Toss freshly chopped vegetables with LouAna® Peanut Oil for delicious roasted veggies every time! To find out where to buy LouAna Peanut Oil near you, use our Product Locator.



  • LouAna on 01.04.24

    Hi Karen. Here are the steps to store used peanut oil for reuse within the six month storage period:

    1. Allow the oil to cool to room temperature after use.
    2. Strain the oil through a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth to remove any food particles or debris.
    3. Store the strained oil in a clean, airtight container, such as a glass jar or plastic bottle, to prevent oxidation and rancidity.
    4. Keep the container in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
    Properly stored used peanut oil can be reused for frying multiple times, but it’s important to monitor its quality and discard it if it becomes dark, thick, or develops off-flavors. Additionally, it’s best to label the container with the date of initial use to track its freshness.

  • Karen Vincent Kos on 12.31.23

    Can I reuse my peanut oil if I place in gallon plastic containers and store in the fridge?

  • LouAna on 09.29.22

    Hi Denise. Please call Customer Service at 1.800.723.3652. Thank you.

  • Denise on 09.17.22

    Can you tell me where I can fine Lou Ana popcorn oil? I live in Santa fe, nm

  • LouAna on 01.26.21

    Hi Ned. Coconut oil melts at about 78° F, so at normal room temperature it will be solid. If your coconut oil is solid due to cooler winter temps at home, you can still use it. Simply measure it out and allow it to melt in your pan. We do not recommend freezing your oils on purpose, and we encourage you to refer to the product “best by” date for use.

  • Ned Devine on 01.26.21

    What do I do if my Louana CAnola/Cocunut oil freezes? Is it still good? It seems to have separated, white “solid” at bottom.

  • LouAna on 09.08.20

    Hi there, thanks for reaching out to us. We apologize for your experience. Would you mind providing the following information, so we can forward it to our team and they can reach out to you? Thank you.

    – Your Full Name
    – Your Phone Number
    – Your Email Address
    – Your Mailing Address
    – Place Where Product was Purchased
    – Product Date Code
    – Product Flavor
    – Photos if available

  • Janna on 09.08.20

    Hi, I have always used LouAnna peanut oil bought from Walmart, 3gallon one. This time, however, whenever I fry anything it stinks.. really really bad. I feel it’s not peanut oil and I have been CHEATED!

  • LouAna on 04.29.20

    Hi Neal. We do not sell or provide pumps for our LouAna Peanut Oil containers. However, our LouAna Quality Assurance Manager has investigated, and found that Amazon has an oil pump from Terra Pump for about $30.00 that would be suitable for this application.

    It is called a TRCOOK01 or TRCOOK02. The 02 model pumps a little faster. The pump requires two “D” batteries, and comes with a filter.

    If necessary, you may take the filter off to make it easier to pump. It pumps about 1 gallon per minute, according to the description. It is made for pumping used oil, but if you are simply pumping from our container to another vessel, you could remove the filter and we think it would work fine.

  • Neal on 04.21.20

    Where can I get a dispenser pump for the 3 Gallon Peanut oil bottle that fire the bottle that is in the box?

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