Sesame Oil Extra Virgin, Raw, Organic, Cold Pressed, Premium Gold oil
How does it taste?:
Distinctly nutty. Great aroma
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Availability date: 11/28/2012
|Ingredients||Organic Sesame Seed Oil.|
|Smoke Point||350 degrees F|
|Allergen Info||Packaged in a facility that also processes soy and tree nuts.|
Sesame oil is pressed from the tiny sesame seed. There are numerous compounds and antioxidants within the sesame seed that are imparted ...Sesame seeds and oil are called tonic for the brain in India and protect the liver too, according to research.
Sesame oil is one of those vegetable oils that are very good for you. Most nutritionists like it for two reasons. First, it's rich in mono– and polyunsaturated acids— the good kind of fat that cuts cholesterol.
Second, sesame oil is low in saturated fats — the kind of fat that's bad for you.
Sesame seed oil can help heart health with the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound known as sesamol.
Sesame is good for the skin both topically and internally.
Sesame seeds contain anti-cancer compounds including phytic acid, magnesium, and phytosterols
And there's more; Sesame Oil contains two unique chemicals called sesamolin and sesamin. They are very powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants are important because the destroy free–radicals in the blood cells. Free–radicals have been known to cause different arterial ailments and Sesame Seed Oil can help.
Light sesame oil has a high smoke point and is suitable for deep-frying, while dark sesame oil (from roasted sesame seeds) has a slightly lower smoke point and is unsuitable for deep-frying. Instead it can be used for the stir frying of meats or vegetables, sautéing, or for the making of an omelette.
Cooking with sesame oil in place of other edible oils will bring a notable difference in your stir fries, your salad dressings and your pan fried proteins.
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