Rapeseed oil, cold-pressed
The healthy oil for everyday use
Almost everyone knows it; almost everyone has a bottle of it at home. Hardly anyone knows though that rapeseed oil is also available in a cold-pressed version. The high quality rapeseed oil from Pödör is produced from black rapeseeds and is left in its completely natural state. In this way the healthy substances contained in rapeseed are retained and can have a positive effect on the human body.
Hardly any other vegetable oil has as many various uses as rapeseed oil. It tastes just as good on a salad as on fried vegetables and meat or in sweet cakes. Cold-pressed rapeseed oil makes something special out of daily treats.
Uses for cold-pressed rapeseed oil
Rapeseed oil is one of the most popular edible oils in central Europe along with sunflower oil and olive oil. Its unobtrusive, finely acerbic taste harmonizes with almost any meals from steamed vegetables to fresh salads and sweet baked goods. Due to its fine flavor rapeseed oil goes ideally with a number or fruity vinegars.
A further advantage of rapeseed oil is its enormous heat resistance. That is why this oil is predestined for frying and boiling. Rapeseed oil is also a popular ingredient as a substitute for butter or margarine in cakes.
100% oil from rapeseed.
Average nutrition value
100 g contain on average:
Saturated fatty acids13g
Monounsaturated fatty acids56g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids31g
May contain walnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts or sesame seeds in traces!
Omega fatty acids
Unopened it can be stored for 18 months in a cold, dry space protected from sunshine. The exact expiry date is displayed on the bottle.
After opening, it is recommended to use it within 3-4 months, so that its valuable vitamins, trace elements and minerals do not lose their high quality.
It is an unfiltered oil, so best to shake it up before consumption.
Country of origin: Austria
Positive effects of rapeseed oil
There are between 50 and 60 percent unsaturated fatty acids contained in cold-pressed rape seed oil. That is good for your heart, circulation system and cholesterol level.
The ratio between the vital poly-unsaturated fatty acids omega 3 and omega 6 is optimal. With them, blood pressure can be regulated and heart diseases can even be prevented.
Vitamin E is known to protect cells in the human organism. It acts against free radicals in the body.
- Ruccola cream soup with chunk salmon and hazelnut oil
- Carrot cream soup with ginger and apricot seed oil
- Raspberry balsamic dressing with rapeseed and walnut oil
- Strawberry- ham salad with rucola
- Pödör pumpkin cream soup with Pödör Pumpkin Seed Oil
- Panzanella with Pödör Flaxseed and Rapeseed Oil
- American banana pancake with chia seed flour recipe
- Eggplant cream recipe
- Wild garlic pesto
- Baked mushrooms filled with chicken quinoa
- Chinese chicken salad with crispy wontons
- Lukewarm spinach salad
- Almond brownies with almond oil