At the Ölmühle Solling we process freshly harvested organic oil seeds and nuts to cold-pressed oils. We use traditional production methods and as far as possible the oils are left in their natural state. They are packed by hand and dispatched quickly: quite simply fresh from the mill. This means that the typical, full-bodied flavour and the valuable ingredients are preserved. “Classical” oil fruits find their way into our spindle presses. These include sunflower seeds and rape seeds, the almost forgotten linseed and newly discovered culinary delights such as oil from plum stones. Whatever does not grow in Germany is imported from development projects and our long term partners all over the world, almost all of whom we know personally. Tips for cooking with oil: Not all virgin oils are suited to being heated, others are simply just too good to be heated – please read the instructions on each product. Once opened, oils should be stored in a cool, dark place and used quickly. NB: Many oils are suitable for use in sweet dishes – you can find details on the individual products.
A virgin coconut oil, carefully pressed from ripe, dried coconuts. This preserves the valuable ingredients and the delic ...
Cold pressed “Virgin Coconut Oil“, fair traded from our Naturland partner project in Sri Lanka “Serendipol”. This virgin ...
This oil is pressed from Koroneiki olives which have ripened in ideal conditions on the Greek peninsula, Peleponnese. The Koroneiki olive is a small,
A first class olive oil from the ocal variety which is distinguished by a mild but fresh and fruity flavour. Olives have been cultivated in the ground
This palm oil does not originate from monocultures in South East Asia or Africa but from organic plantations and farms w ...
Wok oil is a mixture of cold pressed peanut, sunflower and coconut oils and can be heated to high temperatures. It is ideal for frying meat, fish or v