May I know how to differentiate the use of "comprise of" and "comprised of" ?
Last night I made chili oil in my kitchen. It was comprised of (that is to say, it consisted of, or its ingredients were) canola oil, crushed dried chiles, chopped garlic, and ground ginger (true story, by the way).
The only way I can imagine the other construct would be in some bizarre subjunctive contrary-to-fact situation:
But what if I were to comprise it of olive oil, serranos, and tumeric?
My advice: Don't do it. It just doesn't sound right.