Meal Types

Meal Types 2017-04-10T19:41:21+00:00

assorted meals

APPETISERS

Dips and Spreads
Argan Oil, Olive Oil, Avocado Oil, Camelina Oil, Flax Seed Oil and Walnut Oil are all good.

BEVERAGES

If you want to incorporate more Coconut Oil in your diet, just pop it into your coffee and hot cocoa for a rich and creamy addition.

Coconut Oil and Flax Seed Oil can be added to smoothies.

Raw Cocoa Butter mixed into smoothies, nut milks and shakes is a rich and decadent way of drinking your minerals and vitamins.

Add a fat to raw juices: Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Avocado Oil or Flax Seed Oil will help with the absorption of vitamins.

BREAKFAST

Coconut Oil is the obvious choice for adding to oatmeal porridge and for cooking eggs. Argan Oil is a traditional breakfast staple in Morocco. Mixed with ground almonds and honey, it makes a delicious dip.

DESSERTS

Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil and Macadamia Oil are all scrumptious used in desserts. Argan Oil is an unusual addition for that gourmet touch.

MEATS

Depending on how much heat you need to use, you can use Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil and Olive Oil for cooking meat. Black Seed Oil, Argan Oil and Hazelnut Oil are good for the finishing touches to add flavour.

SALADS

Extra Virgin Olive Oil is tops for adding flavour to salads.

Virgin Sunflower Oil is a good choice too because it blends so well with other tastes.

Walnut Oil, dark Sesame Oil and the little known Camelina Oil are all good choices for adding a nutty touch to salad dressings.

Hazelnut Oil and Hemp Seed Oil have unusual tastes and Almond Oil is neutral.

SOUPS

Any of the drizzlers, like Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Virgin Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Hazelnut Oil, Hemp Seed Oil and Pumpkin Seed Oil are delightful for a swirl on the top of soups, right before serving.

VEGETABLES

Roasted and steamed vegetables go well with most edible oils and the combination ensures that the fat soluble vitamins in the veggies are absorbed.

Try a splash of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Virgin Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Hazelnut Oil or Hemp Seed Oil added after cooking.