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Cold pressed from superior quality full-grained Groundnuts, Puvi Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil is the best replacement as your everyday cooking oil. It preserves the natural qualities of the seeds and adds to the natural flavour and aroma to your dishes.
Cold Pressed oil is extracted from nuts and seeds at temperatures not exceeding 50 degrees Celsius. There is no addition of any solvent to increase the Oil production or any other artificial methods. Due to lower temperature of extraction, Cold Pressed Oils are rich in nutrients, flavour and aroma. On the contrary, during the production of Refined Oils, excessive heat and chemical solvents are used which enhance the production. However, in the process the refined oils lose the nutritional values.
Puvi Groundnut Oil can be used for Grilling, Deep Frying and Sauteing.
Yes. As Puvi Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil is extracted without use of excessive heat or chemical processes, it is rich in nutrients. On the other hand, the process of refining removes various nutrients of the oil. Refining also alters the molecular structure of oils which increases the unhealthy Trans Fats in the refined oil.
Puvi Cold Pressed Oils are extracted from superior quality groundnuts that are full-grained and not malformed. As the oil is extracted using the Cold Pressing methods, the amount of oil extracted is substantially low compared to the refined oils that are extracted using high temperatures. Maintenance of the superior quality of oils increases the cost of production which makes Puvi Cold Pressed Oils a bit high priced than the unhealthy refined oils.
At the time of cold pressing, little bit of water is added to the seeds to keep the temperature low so that the nutritional value, flavour and aroma of the oil is retained. This caused the oil to froth, when heated. To reduce the froth try adding a little bit of Tamarind while heating the oil. Once the oil is heated, remove the tamarind and continue with your cooking as usual.
Litre is a measure of volume while Kg is the measurement of weight. And, depending on the density of the liquid the amount of litres in 1 Kg differs from one to another. For example, while 1-litre Groundnut oil weighs approx. 900gm, 1-litre water weighs equal to 1 Kg of water.