Canola Oil
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Canola Oil

Canola oil comes from the crushed seeds of the canola plant. Canola belongs to the Brassica family that cabbages, broccoli and cauliflower belong to. The oil is extracted…

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Chia Seeds
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Chia Seeds

Chia is an edible seed that comes from the desert plant “Salvia hispanica”, that belongs to the mint family and is popularly grown in Mexico. “Chia” means strength,…

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Hazelnut
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Hazelnut

Hazelnuts grow in clusters on the hazel tree. Also known as cobnut or filbert nut, it is grown primarily in Europe and the U.S. These are small rounded…

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Pine Nuts
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Pine Nuts

The edible seeds taken from the pine trees. The oblong seeds are taken from several varieties of pine trees. The seeds are crunchy, sweet and very delicious. To…

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Mustard Oil
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Mustard Oil

Essentially, mustard oil is produced by heating the seeds and carries a distinctive pungent taste. It can either be a vegetable oil, essential oil made by distillation or…

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Sunflower Seeds
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Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds are the fruit of the beautiful, bright yellow coloured sunflower. The seeds are emanated from the seed-studded center. The seeds are greyish-green or black embedded in…

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Sesame Oil
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Sesame Oil

Edible oil made using sesame seeds, it is used as cooking oil and to enhance flavor. The color of the oil varies from colorless to golden color to…

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Pistachio
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Pistachio

Pistachio is a member of the cashew family which is a small tree originally from Central Asia and the Middle East. Iran, United States and Turkey are the…

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Olive Oil
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Olive Oil

This oil is obtained from olives. It can be used in multiple ways like in food or in cosmetics, soaps, pharmaceuticals etc.It is mostly used in Mediterranean countries.There…

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Mustard Seeds
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Mustard Seeds

Small round seeds of the mustard plant. Several varieties of mustard plants are used to get mustard seeds, around 40 different species exist but there are three main…

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