Some oils are better for cooking than others. For example, coconut oil has a high smoke point and is great at unsurprising things like frying foods (you may have already guessed that it’s excellent in the pan), while olive oil doesn’t fry well because of its lower boiling point or hydrogenation process – but can be used as an ingredient on salads instead!

Our extensive range of Culinary Oils includes both polyunsaturated fatty acids such hemp seed butter which shouldn’t be heated over 140 degrees Fahrenheit since they’re not fondue-friendly yet tasty when drizzled atop breads etc.

Almond Oil

Extracted from the shelled Almond kernel (Prunus amygdalus), almond oil is used in beauty products, skincare and more.

Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil is a premium, extra virgin oil which uses the flesh of ripe avocados.

Flax Seed Oil

Flax seed oil is one of the most concentrated forms of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

Sunflower Oil High Linoleic

Sunflower Oil High Linoleic is a healthful and stable oil that's cold-pressed from the seeds of sunflowers.

Grape Seed Oil

Hazelnut Oil is derived from the edible kernel of the Hazelnut (Corylus avellana), and has a pleasant, rich nutty flavour.

Hazelnut Oil

Extracted from the shelled Almond kernel (Prunus amygdalus), almond oil is used in beauty products, skincare and more.

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