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Groundnut Oil

₹240 (inclusive of all taxes)

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500ml     1 Litre    

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  • Shelf Life: 6 Months

    Cold pressed virgin edible oil, obtained from organically grown white ground (earth) nuts via traditional Kachi Ghani method. No preservatives.How to use:It is used as a cooking oilBenefits:Rich in vitamin E, it provides protection from various chronic diseases while the unsaturated 'good fats' help maintain a good cholestrol level and balances high blood pressure. Delays onset of cognitive disorders such as alzheimer's diseases are also taken into account.


    How to use:It is used as a cooking oil.Benefits:Rich in vitamin E, it provides protection from various chronic diseases while the unsaturated 'good fats' help maintain a good cholesterol level and balances high blood pressure. Delays onset of cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer's diseases are also taken into account.

    Q2. Is cold pressed groundnut oil good for health? Q3. Is cold pressed peanut oil good for frying? Answer: Cold-pressed oil is made by crushing peanuts and extracting the oil. We use the traditional wooden kohlus made by our artisans. The peanuts are put in a hole in the centre of the kohlu, which houses a revolving screw. The revolving screw fully smashes the groundnuts until the oil is removed and collected in a container attached to it. Answer: It is true that groundnuts contain a lot of fat, yet they are completely free of cholesterol. Also known as monounsaturated fats, these beans have been shown to successfully reduce LDL or bad cholesterol. They are also treated as an alternate source of protein for vegetarians.


    Cold pressed virgin edible oil, obtained from organically grown white ground (earth) nuts via traditional Kachi Ghani method. No preservatives.

    How to use:

    It is used as a cooking oil

    Benefits:

    Rich in vitamin E, it provides protection from various chronic diseases while the unsaturated 'good fats' help maintain a good cholestrol level and balances high blood pressure. Delays onset of cognitive disorders such as alzheimer's diseases are also taken into account.


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    Ingredients Groundnuts

    Store at Room Temperature

    Q1. What is Cold pressed Groundnut Oil?
    Answer: A 'cold-pressed groundnut oil' is an oil produced from raw groundnuts (moongphali) using a traditional wood pressing process called a 'kohlu.' It has a nutty aroma and flavour that is comparable to that of nuts.

    Q2. Is cold pressed groundnut oil good for health?

    Answer: Cold pressed groundnut oil is really good for health because they have proteins in abundance, along with the required healthy fats and dietary fibres. Peanuts are recommended by traditional medicine practitioners for a variety of ailments, including skin and hair problems, memory loss, diabetes, weight reduction, and more. What is the smoking point for cold pressed groundnut oil? Its smoke point is about 160 degrees Celsius. Industrially refined groundnut oil has a smoke point of 210 degrees Celsius.

    Q3. Is cold pressed peanut oil good for frying?

    Answer: If you're heating up the oil, it may lose some of its nutritious value. Make a tadka with this oil, or use it to sauté veggies or stir-fry.

    Q4. How to make cold pressed groundnut oil?

    Answer: Cold-pressed oil is made by crushing peanuts and extracting the oil. We use the traditional wooden kohlus made by our artisans. The peanuts are put in a hole in the centre of the kohlu, which houses a revolving screw. The revolving screw fully smashes the groundnuts until the oil is removed and collected in a container attached to it.

    Q5. Does groundnut oil increase cholesterol?

    Answer: It is true that groundnuts contain a lot of fat, yet they are completely free of cholesterol. Also known as monounsaturated fats, these beans have been shown to successfully reduce LDL or bad cholesterol. They are also treated as an alternate source of protein for vegetarians.



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