Description

Avocado oil can be used in many ways in your culinary repertoire. It can be used in your dressings, sauces and marinades. Avocado oil an all purpose cooking oil and can be used in the same ways as many other cooking oils. Avocado oil has the highest smoke point of any natural oil

 

The fatty Avocado Oil is obtained by pure expeller pressing from the fruit pulp of the ripe avocado pear (Persea Americana, resp. Persea Gratissima). The pressed oil is of green to reddish-brown color. The subsequent refining considerably reduces the free fatty acids, and a light yellow, practically odorless oils is obtained. The cold filtration (winterization) can improve the cold stability (turbity) at certain temperatures (check COA of oil to see if oil is RBDW). The main cultivation areas of the avocado tree are California, Mexico, South Africa and Israel. But today it is also grown in Central Africa and in South America.

High in monounsaturated fats & vitamin E
Valued for its regenerative and moisturing properties
Widely used in industry for skin care
Used as a food and cooking oil
Low in saturated fat
Carrier oil for other flavors
Healthy substitute for olive oil
Non GMO Project Verified.

 

Nutritional Information

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Suggested Recipes:

Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken