5/17/14

Emile Noel Artisan Oils Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Emile Noel Artisan Oils Review


As a personal chef and baker. I was excited when asked by Emile Noël's Artisan Oils, to try their products for a review here at Nana's Deals. I am a foodie at heart and love a good oil for dipping, cooking and baking with. And when you find a "GOOD" Product that enhances your food and not takes over your foods flavor, this is when you hit the jack pot. Cooking is all about the ingredients you use. You cant go wrong when you use good high quality ingredients and oil in your dishes. 

About Emile Noël....

Founded in 1920, Emile Noël uses a time-tested artisanal production method. Its traditional presses—very old but carefully maintained —extract oil slowly and carefully. Unlike in modern presses, the seeds don't get too hot and instead release their oil slowly—the ideal way to respect the seeds and their flavors. Emile Noël's oils have always been non-GMO and organic.

Emile Noël mills a wide selection of organic virgin olive nut and seed oils including mild olive, robust olive, sesame, toasted sesame, sunflower, pumpkin seed, hazelnut, walnut, and macadamia nut. There's a flavor for every palate and style of cooking—helping to enhance a varied, balanced diet. 
Emile Noël artisan oils are available in the US at select Whole Foods Markets, Sprouts and various natural food stores. Use the Store Locator HERE to find a store near you today ! 



I made some home made mayo with it and what a flavor it has ! Cant wait to try more recipes as well ! 

Where to Purchase Yours 
Visit them on the web at:www.usa.emilenoel.com

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