WHEN TO USE
In its natural state, with its delicately neutral and slightly nutty flavour, Grape seed oil allows the pure flavour of fresh food to come through. The additional flavours will add a subtle zing to any dish. Wonderful for frying, basting sauces, salad dressings and so much more.
HOW TO USE
Grapeseed Oil is ideal for frying at high temperatures. It may be heated up to 270 degrees (C) without burning, – one of the highest flashpoints. It’s also useful for sautéing, frying, and baking. Additionally, when it is used for frying, it lasts twice as long as common frying oils, while producing crisp foods without a greasy aftertaste, even with high-moisture and high-sodium foods. Grape Seed Oil has good emulsifying properties and is ideal for whipping up mayonnaise, works well in salad dressings and is a delightful addition to marinades.
Cold Pressed Grape seed Oil
This Grape seed oil is expeller cold-pressed and NOT solvent extracted, like the vast majority of Grapeseed oils in the marketplace and made from grape seeds after wine production, making it environmentally sound as it requires no new farmland or water to produce. Cold pressed grapeseed oil is the result of a chemical-free mechanical process that extracts oil from seeds with no external heat and produces the best quality oil.
MORE INTERESTING INFO
Perhaps one of Grape Seed Oil’s best attributes is its health-promoting properties:
- It offers a high level of Vitamin E which is a powerful anti-oxidant.
- It has the lowest contents of saturated fat.
- It offers one of the highest contents of linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid that the body needs but cannot produce.
- It has a high polyphenols content Natures Biological response modifiers which have the ability to help the body fight viruses, allergens and carcinogens.
- It exhibits anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic and anti-microbial activity.
- Procyanidins present in Grape Seed Oil also exert anti-arthritic activities.