GrapeOla® is a non-GMO, preservative-free and cholesterol-free grape seed oil produced in Spain. With a clean and neutral flavor, grape seed oil complements delicately flavored foods and is ideal for salad dressings, marinade and stir-fry. Unlike other oils, grape seed oil can safely handle temperatures of up to 420° F without smoking, burning, or splattering—which makes it perfect for baking, sautéing and pan-frying.
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Expeller pressed refined grape seed oil.
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp. (15ml) Servings Per Container: About 67
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Use & Care
Store in a cool, dry place. Color may range from pale gold to green due to natural grape variations. Natural cloudiness may appear in oil if stored below 50° F.
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This is a wonderful alternative for sautéed or fried foods as it seems odorless and tasteless and is tolerant of heats upwards of 450-500 F. Great healthy cooking oil.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
By Maria D. in COon 3/6/2019
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I was looking for a high heat/ baking blend oil that was a healthier option than plain canola oil. Ordered this from PHG, and I'm very pleased with it. It comes well packaged and is a good size for storage. I do a lot of baking so like to have a good amount of oil on hand. Love PHG's products and service. Highly recommended!
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