B.H.I. Extra Virgin Sesame Oil
Bay Hill Impex Sesame Seed OIl is the cooking oil of connaisseurs. Sesame Oil has grown rapidly in popularity as more recipes call for this oil . This remarkable oil is perfectly suitable for the gourmet cook who savors exceptional Salad dressings, sauces, marinades, stir frying,regular cooking and any other culinary creations.
Many generations ago, in the Middle East where civilization began and the aret of culinary creation was born, Sesame Oil was born. Because of its excellent fragrance, aroma, and productiveness, it was probably the first vegetable oil, centuries ahead of olive oil.
Bay Hill Impex Sesame Seed Oil is produced in the most natural way possible,
no chemicals or additives are used. The finest of sesame seeds are mechanically
cold pressed then filtered, producing the very best in Sesame oil there
is on the market today for all your culinary needs. No chemicals are used
to extract this Oil. This oil is non-toasted, thus avoiding any nutrients
escaping in the toasting process.
Try it in our many delightful recipes !
The great aroma of Sesame Oil has also found its way into massage therapy.
B.H.I. Extra Virgin Sesame Oil Sizes:
HISTORY OF SESAME OIL
Sesame is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. The tiny seeds of sesame have been known as a highly prized source of food oil in Babylon, Assyria and many other eastern countries for at least 4,000 years. SESAME OIL was first referred to in the 6th century as "Moa" in Chinese and "Koba" in Japanese.
EXTRA VIRGIN SESAME OIL
The finest of sesame seeds are mechanically cold pressed (at a temperature below 45C), and then filtered. It has the taste of sun ripened sesame seeds. Two natural preservatives known as sesamol and sesamolin are in SESAME OIL. When refrigerated, EXTRA VIRGIN SESAME OIL partially solidifies (crystals throughout), showing it has a high percentage of monounsaturated fatty acids (37% oleic) and saturated fatty acids (11% palmitic), making SESAME OIL more stable with a longer shelf life than other oils.
TOASTED SESAME OIL
The pulp remaining from the cold pressed process is reprocessed at a temperature above 100C to extract additional oil. The higher temperature causes the oil to have a darker colour and a strong flavour. TOASTED SESAME OIL is commonly used for cooking Oriental dishes.
WHY SHOULD YOU INCLUDE SESAME OIL IN YOUR DIET?
SESAME OIL is CHOLESTEROL FREE and contains a high proportion of the good polyunsaturated fats and vitamin E.
HOW CAN YOU INCLUDE B.H.I. EXTRA VIRGIN SESAME OIL IN YOUR DIET AND LIFESTYLE?
- Use in salads and cold dishes.
LIFESTYLE- LAXATIVE AND TONIC
- SESAME OIL is known for its lubricating abilities. These
help relieve constipation and keep bowel movements regular.
Our skin is porous and absorbs whatever products we apply to our skin. Instead of applying expensive cosmetics which may contain questionable preservatives and chemicals, why not prepare your own using B.H.I. EXTRA VIRGIN SESAME OIL? Not only will your creations undoubtedly be healthier, but you’ll also save a lot of money - even if you only use it to replace one or two of these high profit cosmetics.
THE FIVE MAJOR CLASSES OF NUTRIENTS ARE:
fats, proteins, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. In other words, yes, we all need some fat in our daily diet. There are good fats and bad fats, however. The following is a brief comparison:
POLYUNSATURATED FATS are also considered relatively healthy. Omega-3 Oils are a particular classification of fatty acids found in some plants and in the tissues of all sea creatures. These special polyunsaturated oils are known for lowering the bad LDL cholesterol and elevating the good HDL as well as for brain development and growth. Omega-6 Oils provide flexibility to cell membranes and controls a large number of rapid reactions in the body.
VITAMIN E IN BHI EXTRA VIRGIN SESAME OIL
SAFETY TIPS FOR ALL OILS
EXTRA VIRGIN SESAME SEED OIL
Serving size = 10 ml 2 (teaspoons)
CANADIAN NUTRITION LABEL
Density was determined to be 0.914g/mL.
Serving size was based on the reference amount CFIA guide.
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