Rice Bran 1L + Grape Seed 1L

Rice Bran 1L + Grape Seed 1L

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  • This product has a pale yellow color with green reflexes, and has a neutral taste

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What's In The Box:

  • 1 x Rice Bran 1L
  • 1 x Grape Seed 1L


  • Grape Seed Oil Packaging in glass bottle 1 litre
  • This is an oil with a light yellow color and a neutral taste
  • Rice bran oil obtained from rice seeds of variety Oryza Sativa L

Grape Seed Oil:
Grapeseed oil is extracted from the Vitis 
ninifera L. dried seeds using a solvent. The crude oil is submitted to a refining process to obtain a clear, odorless oil, whose color is pale yellow with green reflexes. Then it is analyzed to check compliance with our standard requirements.

Tips For Use:
In order to take full advantage of its polyphenolic content, it is preferable to use it as a condiment for salads, vegetables 
and cheeses. It can also be used in frying because of its high smoke point (235 ° C) accompanied by moderate stability over time.

Rice Bran Oil:
Rice bran oil is extracted from a by-product of rice production by means of a solvent. The crude oil obtained in this way is then submitted to a refining process in order to get a clear oil, light yellow in color, without any distinctive odors or flavors, whose chemical features comply with standard requirements.

Tips For Use:
In order to preserve the nutritional characteristics related to the presence of γ-oryzanol and vitamin E, this oil is better consumed as a dressing for salads and for cold dishes based on vegetables or fish. It gives dishes a slightly sweet taste which mixes well with flavored vinegar and several spices
. Its high antioxidants content gives this oil great stability over time and makes it perfect for deep-frying cooking and to prepare stir-fry food. Finally, its low viscosity means lower absorption during the cooking process and therefore a lower caloric intake.


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