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ORGANIC Walnut oil

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Walnut oil
EU Bio
DE-ÖKO-039
Non EU agriculture
  • cold-pressed from aromatic organic walnuts
  • mild and nutty taste
  • ideal for salads
  • high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids
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Walnut oil 100 ml
100 ml 6,90 €
Walnut oil 250 ml
250 ml 13,90 €
6,90 €*
16111
100 ml
69,00 € / 1 l
*incl. 7 % tax plus shipping
13,90 €*
16121
250 ml
55,60 € / 1 l
*incl. 7 % tax plus shipping
Walnuts

Our organic walnut oil is gently cold-pressed from unroasted organically grown walnuts. The oil content of the shelled walnut is over 60 percent. The oil has a mild, naturally nutty flavor. It is light yellow in color and has a comparatively thin consistency. The oil contains up to 90 percent unsaturated fatty acids. These fatty acids are essential and cannot be produced by the human body. Of all nut fruits, walnuts have the highest proportion of the omega-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

The walnut tree

The walnut tree (Juglans regia) - also known as the real walnut or common walnut - is a deciduous tree from the walnut family (Juglandaceae). It is a sprawling tree that can grow up to 30 meters high and live for 125 to 150 years. The crown of the walnut tree can reach a diameter of over 15 meters and one tree can produce up to 150 kilograms of nuts per year.

The correct storage of walnut oil

Walnut oil is suitable for both hot and cold cooking. It should not be used for frying due to its high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids - and because it is simply too bad. The cooking oil has a low smoke point and does not like excessively high temperatures, up to a maximum of 160 degrees Celsius. Due to its high-quality ingredients, walnut oil is very sensitive. It must be stored in a cool, dark place.

The mystery of the nut

When the fruit of the walnut tree ripens, the husk bursts open to reveal a light brown stone. For a long time, it was thought that, botanically speaking, the fruits of the walnut were not really nuts at all, but drupes. However, investigations at the Ruhr University in Bochum revealed that the fleshy green shell is not part of the fruit. Contrary to earlier opinions, this nut-enclosing shell is formed from leaf organs. "This means that what was wrongly interpreted as a drupe is actually a nut surrounded by an additional shell," writes Nabu.

Usage

Walnut oil is particularly recommended for use in salads, soups and sauces. It is also suitable for desserts, creams and dressings. Due to its mild, nutty flavor, walnut oil is also the perfect partner for fruity-sweet vinegars, such as our balsamic vinegars. A delicious vinaigrette can be made from these two ingredients in no time at all: one part vinegar, two parts oil. It should not be used for frying due to its high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids. Walnut oil can also be used on the skin: It is quickly absorbed and can restore suppleness to dry, cracked skin.

Recipe

Raw food salad with red cabbage

Raw food salad with red cabbage

Recipe for raw food salad with red cabbage, walnut oil and apple. Refined with agave syrup and walnuts. Ideal as side dish or starter. zum Rezept
Lamb's lettuce with strawberries and walnuts

Lamb's lettuce with strawberries and walnuts

Summer salad with lamb's lettuce, strawberries and walnuts. With a vinaigrette from mill-fresh walnut oil and smooth-sweet Crema del Borgo balsamic vinegar. zum Rezept
Walnut dressing

Walnut dressing

Quick and easy recipe for a classic dressing with walnut oil, walnut pesto, white wine vinegar and coconut flower sugar. Refined with yogurt and mustard. zum Rezept

Ratings

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from Susanne Telkamp at 02.04.2019
Sehr lecker im Salat!
from Gundula Rühring at 25.03.2023
Aus gesundheitlichen Gründen habe ich nach gesunden Ölen gesucht, es wurde mir empfohlen eine Mischung aus verschiedenen Ölen zu meiner täglichen Nahrungsergänzung einzunehmen. Hier im Shop habe ich alle 4 benötigten Öle gefunden. Habe jedes einzelne Öl zuerst pur probiert, alle haben den Geschmackstest bestanden.... mehr >>
Leider kann ich wegen meiner Histaminintoleranz kaum Walnüsse essen, dass Öl vertrage ich eine gute alternative. Die Ölmischung kommt bei mir nun täglich über den Quark und den Salat, außerdem passt es gut in selbstgemachte Aufstriche. Es ist für mich fester Bestandteil meiner gesunden Ernährung. Ich werde hier wieder bestellen.
from Kerstin Preuß at 24.01.2023
Ich habe was Walnussöl angeht wenig Vergleichsmöglichkeiten, daher wäre es unfair, ihm eine schlechte Bewertung zu geben. Ebenfalls bin ich überzeugt, dass es wie alle Öle der Ölmühle Solling von höchster Qualität ist. Besonders gut geschmeckt hat es mir leider dennoch nicht. Wahrscheinlich habe ich zu viel genommen,... mehr >>
aber ich fand den bitteren (Nach?)-Geschmack, wie ihn auch frische Walnüsse haben im Öl doch recht dominant. Beim nächsten Mal probiere ich zusätzlich zu meinen Standartölen Lein- und Schwarzkümmel ungefiltert wieder eine andere Sorte und hoffe, dass diese meinen persönlichen Geschmack dann wieder besser trifft.
from Sabrina Alt at 10.11.2020
Ein wirklich feines Öl mit dezenten Walnuss-Geschmack. Die geschmackliche Sanftheit bringt jedoch Vor- und Nachteile. Nachteil: Leider geht für mich die Walnussnote im Salat unter - und da verwende ich nun mal überwiegend. Daher gibt es ein Stern Abzug. Allerdings der Vorteil: Es eignet sich wunderbar mit anderen Ölen zu... mehr >>
kombinieren, da es nicht dominant hervor sticht. Und zu guter Letzt - ein wunderbares Öl für Kinde, aufgrund der milden Geschmackseigenschaften. Was will man mehr!
from Prof. Dr. Hermann Rauh at 03.01.2023
Dies ist das erste Mal, daß ich Walnußöl koste. Dieses Walnußöl der Ölmühle Solling ist ein sehr feines, edles Öl, welches nach frischen Walnüssen schmeckt. Kombiniert mit Apfel-Balsamessig läßt es einem den Herbst auf der Zunge näherbringen. Ich bin noch am experimentieren, in welchen Kombinationen man dieses Öl... mehr >>
verwenden kann. Ich habe es geschenkt bekommen und werde es definitiv in mein grundständiges "Speiseölarsenal" aufnehmen, da es ein hervorragendes Aroma hat.
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Specification and ingredients

Walnut oil

Average energy and nutrient content for 100 g

Energy
3700 kJ / 900 kcal
Fat
100 g
    saturates
9,2 g
    monounsaturates
16,8 g
    polyunsaturates
74 g
Carbohydrate
0 g
    of which Sugars
0 g
Roughage
0 g
Protein
0 g
Salt
0 g

Alpha-Linolensäure
11,9 g


Please enjoy our products as part of a diverse and balanced nutrition.

As a product of nature the composition of the oil can vary, the given specifications are therefore average values.

Ingredients

Walnut oil, certified organic

Durability

9 - 12 months

Lagerung

Store in a cool and dark place.

Fatty acids diagram

saturated fatty acids
9,2 g
monounsaturated fatty acids
16,8 g
diunsaturated fatty acids (Omega-6)
62,1 g
triple unsaturated fatty acids (Omega-3)
11,9 g
Fettsäurendiagramm

Botanical name: Juglans regia

Origin:
Armenia, Moldova and India

Certification:
The walnuts used for our cold-pressed walnut oil come from controlled organic cultivation in accordance with BIO VO 834/2007 and VO 889/2008 or VO 1235/2008.

Regulation (EC) No. 1924/2006 of the European Parliament restricts nutrition and health claims made on foods. This means that from December 12, 2012, it will no longer be possible to refer to the nutritional and physiological effects of foods and food supplements. (Only the pharmaceutical industry is now allowed to do this. )

READING TIP : If you would like to find out more about vegetable oils, please refer to the following publications and websites:

- www.systemed.de
o Positive things about fats and oils ISBN 978-3-942772-57-0
- www.olionatura.de


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The (press) legal responsibility for all of the content there lies exclusively with the respective authors or writers/webmasters. We assume no liability for their correctness or their compliance with all relevant legal regulations.

Recipes: www.kochbar.de

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