Sugar Bush Macadamia Nut Oil 250ml

by Sugar Bush
Code
00458615224222
Size:250ml
R64.95
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Overview

  • Cold pressed, unrefined
  • High content monounsaturated fat, 85%
  • Low in polyunsaturated fats, 1%
  • Suitable for frying, baking, roasting and drizzling
  • High smoke point, 210 °c (higher than olive oil)

Description

Macadamia nut oil has a mild buttery, nutty flavor. With a high content of monounsaturated fat, selenium as well as omegas 3 and 7 fatty acids, it is a heart healthy oil. The oil is extracted by cold pressing macadamia nuts, which in turn ensures their valuable nutrients are preserved. It is suitable for frying, baking, roasting and drizzling over salad.

Ingredients

Macadamia nut oil

Allergens

Tree Nuts

Warnings

Tree Nuts

Directions

Remove gold foil, then twist off cap. Store in cool place, away from direct sunlight.

Dietary Summary

  • Banting Friendly
  • Preservative Free
  • No Additives
  • Suitable For Vegan
  • Non GMO
 

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