ORGANIC MUSTARD OIL
Sinapis Alba Seed Oil
RAW, cold-pressed mustard oil, which, thanks to this gentle processing method, it retains the maximum amount of substances beneficial to the body.
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Important part of mustard wraps and soothing ointments
Mustard is considered one of the oldest cultivated oilseeds ever. Mention of the yellow seeds obtained from this plant is recorded in thousands of years old Sanskrit records. With the advent of the first presses, mustard oil was extracted from these seeds, and not only in the area of present-day India. Because of its warming effects, this saturated golden miracle has become an essential part of mustard wraps and soothing ointments.
It also plays an important role in the kitchen
This is mainly due to its naturally preservative properties and its spicy taste, which is still considered one of the basic flavours of traditional Indian dishes. 
Origin and cultivation
The golden miracle that lies within the husk
This annual oilseed grows up to one metre tall and produces smaller, pale yellow flowers that are arranged in raceme-like inflorescences. The fruits of the mustard are shorter husks covered with tiny hairs. Inside the seeds are retained yellow mustard seeds, from which mustard oil is extracted. 
Composition and properties
It is an edible, single-grade oil that contains predominantly unsaturated fatty acids in its composition. Thanks to the gentle pressing process and the omission of the refining process, the oil retains its natural content of colouring substances, which are responsible for its yellow to golden hues.
Mustard oil is also a valuable source of essential minerals, fat-soluble vitamins and other phytonutrients, in its most natural form.
Cold pressing preserves the maximum amount of beneficial substances in the oil
We correct the oil pressing process so that the temperature does not exceed 42°C. This prevents the loss of heat-labile substances and unnecessary deterioration of the resulting oil. It is therefore a RAW, cold-pressed oil.
Oil is produced in our production plant
Mustard oil is produced with care and love in our production plant in Ostrava.
Instructions for use
The spicy taste and mustard aroma has many uses
Due to its spicy taste and mustard aroma, this oil is an ideal raw material for the preparation of various salad, vegetable and legume dishes. It has excellent absorption qualities, for which you can also use it in meat marinating – the spices are better absorbed and the finished meat has a more tender consistency. You can also use mustard oil when baking bread or other savoury baked goods. Bread is beautifully yellow, soft and lasts longer after baking. Thanks to the naturally occurring preservatives you will extend the shelf life of the resulting food.
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