Stony Brook Roasted Pumpkin Seed Oil
How Do I Use Pumpkin Seed Oil?
Pumpkin seed oil is best used sparingly but often! It has a nutty taste similar to hazelnut or walnut, becoming buttery when combined with other ingredients. Drizzle on pasta, quinoa, or potatoes. Add to yogurt with almonds or fruit such as cantaloupe or berries. use in place of olive oil in apple cider vinaigrettes. To preserve quality and flavor, do not cook with this oil. Its smoke point is 250°F.
Is This Oil Good For Me?
Yes! Pumpkin seed oil is a vegetable based oil with poly- and mono- unsaturated fats, phytonutrients lutein and zeaxanthin, and phytosterols such a s beta-sitosterol.
How Is This Oil Made?
The oil is made from pumpkin seeds sourced exclusively from upstate NY family farms. Seeds are roasted and freshly expeller-pressed in small batches year-round at our Finger Lakes, NY production kitchen.