Lady Alinor wrote:My son gave me some Walnut oil to play with, so far I like it in combination with coconut oil for my dry Winter skin.
Walnut oil also makes an awesome salad dressing oil.
I have a fantasy of getting a press and pressing my own walnut oil! It still remains in the fantasy stage.
yeah what Kezzie says about olive oil being impostered is an important fact to consider but there are brands that are trustworthy. I don't care for olive oil that much though since I started using other oils because the smell bothers me. We use grapeseed oil for cooking all the time now though an issue with that is it's not commonly organic. I've only experimented with making a few infusions and used coconut oil because of its solidification factor
Kezzie wrote:I still use olive oil 99% of the time. I always have - just like it and am the most comfortable with olive oil. That being said, I will use coconut oil in some instances. I do like it - I just don't like it for everything.
Lady A - look to California for your pure, unadulterated olive oil. There is no sense buying what is passed off as imported from Italy. Often enough those bottles don't even have olive oil in them. Just a blend of other oils from other countries that the wording of the law allows to be passed of as olive oil. It is also very often quite outdated when it arrives on our shelves.
The California olive oils I have tried are amazing, and organics are very available.
Are there any brands that you would recommend?
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