Organic Food Argan Oil
The difference between cosmetic argan oil and cooking Organic Food Argan Oil is simple: one is toasted (the type of food) and the other is not (the type of skin and hair).
To make Organic Food Argan Oil, you must first peel the dried argan fruits to get the inner nut alone. The nuts are then crushed to get the kernels that are roasted, ground on rotary knurling, compacted, and filtered. The filtered oil is subsequently filtered to different degrees of purity, ready for your eating pleasure.
While the women in the store worked quietly: “One kilogram of argan seed will get half a liter of Organic Food Argan Oil.
” The most popular way to eat argan in Morocco is to use oil to dip bread or drip onto other dishes such as couscous. Another method is through amlou, a pomade or dip made with argan oil, almond, and honey. He puts any almond butter for whole foods to shame.
“In food, they never cook with Organic Food Argan Oil as we do with olive oil,” says Salih. “They take some pieces of bread and dip them in oil and drink them with tea. They use argan oil for seasoning, not for cooking.”
It’s a valuable product, something you don’t want to waste as cooking oil. It’s not cheap, which makes sense when you see how much physical effort and time each batch takes.
Organic Food Argan Oil
Then there are the health benefits that add to the taste of the nut. It is rich in nutrients such as vitamin E and fatty acids. “People think it is good to eat it daily because it contains more vitamins than olive oil,” Saleh says. In addition to what argan oil can do for you, you have to respect the tree itself. They can live for centuries, and thanks to their deep roots, they can survive for years without rain. We dip our bread in silky oil and appreciate its many wonders.
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