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Not your average nutty palate Walnut has earned its name ‘Brain Food’, due to its resemblance to the brain. The presence of plant sterols gives it a tinge of sweetness accompanied by the crunchy texture of the outer surface, making it the perfect snack on the go. Besides being tasty, walnuts are highly nutritious as it is packed with Omega-3 fats, proteins and antioxidants. There are 2 main types of Walnut Oils: Cold Pressed and Refined Walnut Oil. The main difference is clearly visible from their prices. Cold press walnut oil has essentially a higher nutritional value as compared to refined ones. This is due to the fact that refined walnut oil contains add
Find out more about the types of soy sauces and their differences. Soy Sauce Family Soy sauce is an East-Asian liquid condiment of Chinese origin. They can come in either Chinese or Japanese style. Traditionally, Chinese style soy sauces are made with 100% soy, whereas Japanese style soy sauces are made from a mix of soy and wheat. Therefore, giving the Japanese sauces a sweeter and lighter taste as compared to the Chinese counterparts, which usually tastes much saltier and lingers on your taste buds.
What’s the difference between Tamari and Shoyu?
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Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice Originated in Italy, Crudolio Pumpkin Oil consists of organic and virgin pumpkin seed oil, cold-pressed and filtered without additive. It is cold-pressed using pumpkin seeds from the Styrian region in Austria which is one of a nutritional type of plant oil. It also contains a natural source of polyunsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic and linoleic acid. How to use Pumpkin Oil? It is commonly used in cooking to make a variety of delicious dishes, including breakfast cereals, salads, pasta, desserts and energy bars. Here are some pumpkin oil recipes to spice up your palate, leaving your taste buds wanting for more.
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What is Tamari? Tamari, or more commonly known as Tamari shoyu is a Japanese sauce, primarily made from fermented soybeans. It has a thicker consistency and hence, a richer taste and flavour which makes it the perfect dipping sauce for finger foods. Tamari can be used straight from the bottle, or simply add a sprinkle of salt to enjoy a more savoury taste.
Tamari VS Soya Sauce The biggest difference between tamari and other soy sauces in the market is the ingredients used in the manufacturing
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Organic avocado oil has a delicate and light taste suitable for salads, vegetables, fish and meat. Our oil is cold pressed which means that the avocado oil are obtained by physical processes only without any use of heat or unnatural solvents. The high percentage of oleic acid makes this oil similar to olive oil. It is gluten free, vegan and is a valid alternative for those allergic to olive oil.
It is commonly used in cooking to make a versatile set of scrumptious meals, including breakfast cereals, salads, pastas, desserts and energy bars. Here are some avocado oil recipes to