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Satvik Fresh 100% Pure & Natural Wood Pressed Mustard Oil - 500 Ml

Satvik Fresh 100% Pure & Natural Wood Pressed Mustard Oil - 500 Ml

Regular price Rs. 159.00
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  • Did you know that even if you use an expeller to press the mustard seeds, the oil that comes out will still be called cold-pressed mustard oil? This is a pity!
  • When we make mustard oil at Satvik Fresh, we only press the mustard seeds once in a wooden Ghani machine.
  • This is why our cold-pressed mustard oil is 100% pure and natural. Because our Kacchi Ghani mustard oil is made at a low temperature, it keeps all of the nutrients and smell of mustard.
  • Cold-pressed mustard oil is good for you and your heart because it doesn't have any trans fats and is high in omega-6 fatty acids. It's good for your heart if you eat a lot of unsaturated fats in your food.
  • This is because we filter our cold-pressed mustard oil with cotton cloth, not with industrial filters.
  • This is why you might see some sediment in the bottle or tin of the oil.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between refined and cold-pressed oils?

Refined oils are colourless, odourless and flavourless fluids. The regular refined oils are extracted using solvents and grinding them at high speed, which can generate heat up to 100°C, which degrades the oil's taste and nutritional composition. Trans fats are produced in this process, making them unfit for your heart.
While our cold-pressed oils are extracted through pressing and grinding of seeds below a temperature of 50°C. Though it is a slow and time-consuming process, they retain their natural flavour, aroma, and nutritional value. They are high in antioxidants and vitamins and contain good fats for a healthy heart.

How to check the purity of A2 desi cow ghee at home?

The easiest method to check the purity of A2 desi cow ghee is to do a pan test. Add a teaspoon of ghee to a pan and heat it. It is pure if the ghee starts melting immediately and turns dark brown. However, if it takes time to melt and remains yellow in colour, it is adulterated.