Light olive oil: Filtered olive oil that is lighter in color,
and fragrance than regular or virgin olive oil. Light olive oil is
for baking and cooking where the oil's stronger flavors are not desired.
Light olive oil can also be used for high-heat frying, whereas regular or
virgin oil is better at lower temperatures or used uncooked as a
Light soy sauce: A type of soy sauce that is lighter in color and
flavor than traditional dark soy sauce. It is not "lite" in the
sense of being sodium-reduced.
Liquid Smoke: Brand name for bottled hickory smoke flavoring.
Legumes: A large group of plants that produce seed pods that split
along both sides when ripe. Legumes commonly used for human consumption
include beans, lentils, peanuts, peas and soybeans.