Customs as cited in ShulchanAruch and Rama
R Yaakov Emden MorUkiziyah 443b.
Aaron Chorin and Westphalia 1810 (cited also by ChatamSofer in OH I:122)c.
Besamim Rosh 348IV.
Some Contemporary Issuesa.
Oils and Liquorb.
Transformed Kitniyot (aspartame)c.
New Varieties unavailable in the 13
Century Peanuts, Quinoa, and perhaps soybeanse.
Ashkenazim eating at the homes of Sephardim, and food that is made for Sephardim butcontain some kitniyot ingredientsa.
Oils The Controversy with Rav Kook 1909OrachMishpat 108-114 The Opinion of Rav YitzchakElchanan Beer yitzchak 11 and the Marcheshet (no.3)1.
A Mixture with Kitniyot is not forbidden, even if the kitniyot give taste2.
If the Kitniyot have been checked for pesach, you will not confuse them with regular chametzgrains3.
Kitniyot are only forbidden when mixed with water, not raw4.
If the seeds are cooked before contact with oil they have no problem with kitniyot5.
If produced before Pesach, any admizture of chametz seeds would be batel6.
The oil itself can never be chametz7.
The minhag never applied to extracts and liquids made from kitniyot