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- Article no. 452.031
Cold pressed organic cedar nut oil - the gold of the taiga
The precious amber-colored cedar oil has been used in all of Russia for centuries. The taste is pleasantly nutty.
Due to the careful processing and cold pressing of organic cedar nuts from the Altai mountains in Siberia, many vital substances are preserved.
Why we love cedar nut oil
We use cedar oil regularly in the cold kitchen, because we love the taste and change with the oils. It contains over 26% mono-saturated fatty acids (EFS) and over 65% polyunsaturated fatty acids (MUFS). Cedar nut oil is one of the few oils that have a high vitamin E content (about 30 mg per 100 g). Vitamin E can help to protect the cells from oxidative stress.
Siberian cedar nut oil
Siberian cedar nut oil is generally regarded as reinforcing. In addition, in Russia various cosmetics contain cedar nut oil, because of this, for the maintenance of healthy skin beneficial properties.
Use cedar nut oil
The oil tastes particularly delicious for leaf or mixed salads, lightly warm dishes and raw food specialties. Take 1 teaspoon (3 ml) up to 3 times a day.
Like most cold-pressed oils, the heating of the quality damages considerably. Therefore, it should be used only for cold to light warm meals.
Notes: Store cool, dry and protected against light, since cedar oil is very sensitive to UV light. In particular direct sunlight should be avoided. Keep it in the refrigerator for the first time.
Nutritional values Cedar nut oil
Nutritional Facts / Nutritional Facts per 100 g / 100 g
Energy / Energy 3429 kJ (902 kcal)
Fat / fat 92.5 g
Of saturated / saturated 7.4 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 24.6 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 60.5 g
Carbohydrates / carbohydrates 0 g
Of which sugar / sugars 0 g
Protein / protein 0 g
Salt / Salt 0 mg
Vitamin E 30.6 mg = 255% *
*) Reference for an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)
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